heteroantibody

heteroantibody

 [het″er-o-an″tĭ-bod´e]
an antibody combining with antigens originating from a species foreign to the antibody producer.

het·er·o·an·ti·bod·y

(het'ĕr-ō-an'ti-bod-ē),
Antibody that is heterologous with respect to antigen, in contradistinction to isoantibody.

heteroantibody

/het·ero·an·ti·body/ (-an´tĭ-bod″e) an antibody combining with antigens originating from a species foreign to the antibody producer.

heteroantibody

[het′ərō·an′tibod′ē]
an antibody that recognizes an antigen from a species other than that of the antibody producer.

het·er·o·an·ti·bod·y

(het'ĕr-ō-an'ti-bod-ē)
Antibody that is heterologous with respect to antigen, in contradistinction to isoantibody.

heteroantibody

an antibody combining with antigens originating from a species foreign to the antibody producer.
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As expected, the heteroantibody interference was quantitatively inhibited by the addition of FCS or adult bovine serum, with 50% inhibition of binding reached at serum concentrations as low as 0.
Alternatively, washing endothelial cells free of FCS before plating for ELISA also blocks heteroantibody interference, although it is more tedious than the above method.