Freund incomplete adjuvant

Freund in·com·plete ad·ju·vant

(froynd),
water-in-oil emulsion of antigen, without mycobacteria.
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Freund in·com·plete ad·ju·vant

(froynd in'kŏm-plēt' ad'jū-vănt)
Water-in-oil emulsion of antigen, without mycobacteria.
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Freund incomplete adjuvant

A water-in-oil emulsion in which an antigen solution without mycobacteria is emulsified in mineral oil. On injection, this mixture induces a strong persistent antibody formation.
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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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