immunobiological

immunobiological

 [im″u-no-bi″o-loj´ĭ-k'l]
an antigenic or antibody-containing preparation derived from a pool of human or animal donors, including vaccines, toxoids, immune globulins, and antitoxins; used for immunization and immune therapy.

immunobiological

/im·mu·no·bio·log·i·cal/ (im″u-no-bi″o-loj´ĭ-k'l) an antigenic or antibody-containing preparation derived from a pool of human donors and used for immunization and immune therapy.

immunobiological

(im?u-no-bi?o-lo'ji-kul) [L. immunis, safe, + Gr. bios, life]
Any substance derived from a pathogen that can immunize a person or a community against disease; e.g., a vaccine.
Synonym: immunobiological agent
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