Freund complete adjuvant

Freund com·plete ad·ju·vant

(froynd),
water-in-oil emulsion of antigen, to which killed mycobacteria or tuberculosis bacteria are added.
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Freund com·plete ad·ju·vant

(froynd kŏm-plēt' ad'jū-vănt)
Water-in-oil emulsion of antigen, to which killed mycobacteria or tuberculosis bacteria are added.
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Freund complete adjuvant

A water-in-oil emulsion in which an antigen solution is emulsified in mineral oil with killed mycobacteria to enhance antigenicity. The intense inflammatory response produced by this emulsion makes it unsuitable for use in humans.
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Freund,

Jules, U.S. bacteriologist, 1891-1960.
Freund complete adjuvant - water-in-oil emulsion of antigen, to which killed mycobacteria or tuberculosis bacteria are added.
Freund incomplete adjuvant - water-in-oil emulsion of antigen, without mycobacteria.
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