isoprecipitin


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isoprecipitin

 [i″so-pre-sip´ĭ-tin]
an isoantibody that forms a precipitate when in the presence of antigens of animals of the same species.
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i·so·pre·cip·i·tin

(ī'sō-prē-sip'i-tin),
An antibody that combines with and precipitates soluble antigenic material in the plasma or serum, or in an extract of the cells, from another member, but not all members, of the same species.
[iso- + precipitin]
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i·so·pre·cip·i·tin

(ī'sō-prē-sip'i-tin)
An antibody that combines with and precipitates soluble antigenic material in the plasma or serum, or in an extract of the cells, from another member, but not all members, of the same species.
[iso- + precipitin]
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