isoantibody

isoantibody

[ahy-soh-an-ti-bod-ee, -an-tee-]
noun, plural isoantibodies.
(formerly) an alloantibody.

Origin:
1915–20; iso- + antibody

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isoantibody i·so·an·ti·bod·y (ī'sō-ān'tĭ-bŏd'ē)
n.
An antibody produced by or derived from a member of the same species as that in which the antigen was raised. Also called alloantibody.

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