coproantibodies

cop·ro·an·ti·bod·ies

(kop'rō-an'ti-bod-ēz),
Antibodies found in the intestine and in feces; they probably are formed by plasma cells in the intestinal mucosa and consist chiefly of the IgA class.

cop·ro·an·ti·bod·ies

(kop'rō-an'ti-bod-ēz)
Antibodies found in the intestine and in feces; they probably are formed by plasma cells in the intestinal mucosa and consist chiefly of the IgA class.
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