immunoconglutinin

immunoconglutinin

 [im″u-no-kon-gloo´tin-in]
an autoantibody, usually of the immunoglobulin M class, that is specific for activated C3 and C4 components of complement. It is found in low titer in most normal sera and in increased levels in certain infectious diseases, in autoimmune disease, and after immunization with many antigens.

im·mu·no·con·glu·ti·nin

(im'yū-nō-kon-glū'ti-nin),
An autoantibodylike immunoglobulin (IgM), formed in animals or humans against their own complement following injection of complement-containing complexes or sensitized bacteria.

immunoconglutinin

/im·mu·no·con·glu·ti·nin/ (-kon-gloo´tĭ-nin) antibody formed against complement components that are part of an antigen-antibody complex, especially C&3obar;.

im·mu·no·con·glu·ti·nin

(im'yū-nō-kŏn-glū'ti-nin)
An autoantibodylike immunoglobulin (IgM) formed by an organism against its own complement, following injection of complement-containing complexes or sensitized bacteria.

immunoconglutinin

antibody formed against complement components that are part of an antibody-antigen complex, especially C3.
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