Behring law

Beh·ring law

(bār'ing),
parenteral administration of serum from an immunized person provides a relative, passive immunity to that disease (that is, prevents it, or favorably modifies its course) in a previously susceptible person.

Beh·ring law

(bā'ring law)
Parenteral administration of serum from an immunized person provides a relative, passive immunity to that disease (i.e., prevents it, or favorably modifies its course) in a previously susceptible person.

Behring,

Emil A. von, German bacteriologist and Nobel laureate, 1854-1917.
Behring law - parenteral administration of serum from an immunized person provides a relative, passive immunity to that disease.