heteroantiserum

het·er·o·an·ti·se·rum

(het'ĕr-ō-an'ti-sē-rŭm),
Antiserum developed in one animal species against antigens or cells of another species.

het·er·o·an·ti·se·rum

(het'ĕr-ō-an'tē-sēr'ŭm)
Antiserum developed in one animal species against antigens or cells of another species.

heteroantiserum

antiserum produced by injecting antigens into another member of a different species.
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Intraperitoneal injection of a heat-killed preparation of Corynebacterium (Propionobacter) parvum was able to prolong the survival of tumor-bearing mice, and adding a rabbit antimurine ovarian cancer heteroantiserum further prolonged survival.
Immunotherapy of a murine ovarian carcinoma with Coryynebacterium parvum and specific heteroantiserum.