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i·so·an·ti·bod·y

(ī'sō-an'ti-bod-ē),
1. An antibody that occurs only in some individuals of a species and reacts specifically with a particular foreign isoantigen. For specific isoantibodies of blood groups, see Blood Groups Appendix.
2. Sometimes used as a synonym of alloantibody.
[G. isos, equal]

isoantibody

/iso·an·ti·body/ (-an´tĭ-bod″e) an antibody produced by one individual that reacts with isoantigens of another individual of the same species.

isoantibody

(ī′sō-ăn′tĭ-bŏd′ē)
n. pl. isoantibod·ies
An antibody that is produced by one individual and reacts with isoantigens found in other members of the same species. Also called alloantibody.

isoantibody

[ī′sō·an′tibod′ē]
Etymology: Gk, isos + anti, against; AS, boding, body
an antibody to isoantigens found in other members of the same species. See also autoimmune disease, tissue typing.

i·so·an·ti·bod·y

(ī'sō-an'ti-bod-ē)
1. An antibody that occurs only in some individuals of a species and reacts specifically with a particular foreign isoantigen.
2. Sometimes used as a synonym of alloantibody.
[G. isos, equal]

isoantibody

alloantibody.