immunochemistry(redirected from Immunological chemistry)
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1. the study of the chemical basis of immunological phenomena.
2. the application of antibodies as chemical reagents.
The field of chemistry concerned with chemical aspects of immunologic phenomena, for example, chemical reactions related to antigen stimulation of tissues, chemical studies of antigens and antibody.
immunochemistry/im·mu·no·chem·is·try/ (im″u-no-kem´is-tre) the study of the physical chemical basis of immune phenomena and their interactions.
The chemistry of immunologic phenomena, as of antigen-antibody reactions.
im′mu·no·chem′i·cal (-ĭ-kəl) adj.
the study of the chemical properties of antigens and antibodies, complement, and T cell receptors.
The field of chemistry concerned with chemical aspects of immunologic phenomena.
immunochemistryThe science of the chemical processes underlying the antigen-antibody reaction and of the other chemical reactions involved in the operation of the immune system.
the study of the chemical basis of immune phenomena and their interactions.