antiantitoxin

an·ti·an·ti·tox·in

(an'tē-an'tē-tok'sin),
An antiantibody that inhibits or counteracts the effects of an antitoxin.

antiantitoxin

[-tok′sin]
Etymology: Gk, anti + anti + toxikon, poison
an antiantibody that may form in the body during immunization, inhibiting or counteracting the effect of the antitoxin administered.

an·ti·an·ti·tox·in

(an'tē-an-tē-tok'sin)
An antiantibody that inhibits or counteracts the effects of an antitoxin.

antiantitoxin

(ant?e-ant?i-tok'sin) [ anti- + antitoxin]
An antibody that acts against an antitoxin.
See: antibody; antitoxin