antiantibody

antiantibody

 [an″te-an´tĭ-bod″e]
an antibody directed against antigenic determinants on other antibody molecules.

an·ti·an·ti·bod·y

(an'tē-an'tē-bod-ē),
Antibody specific for another antibody.

antiantibody

/an·ti·an·ti·body/ (-an´tĭ-bod″e) an immunoglobulin formed in the body after administration of antibody acting as immunogen, and which interacts with the latter.

antiantibody

[an′ti·an′tibod′ē]
Etymology: Gk, anti + anti + AS, bodig
an immunoglobulin formed as the result of the administration of an antibody that acts as an immunogen. The antiantibody then interacts with the antibody. See also immune gamma globulin.

an·ti·an·ti·body

(an'tē-an'tē-bod-ē)
Antibody specific for another antibody.

antiantibody

a substance that counteracts the effect of an antibody.