polyvalent serum


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pol·y·va·lent se·rum

an antiserum obtained by inoculating an animal with several different antigens or species or strains of bacteria.

pol·y·va·lent se·rum

(pol'ē-vā'lĕnt sēr'ŭm)
An antiserum obtained by inoculating an animal with several antigens or species or strains of bacteria.

polyvalent serum

Serum containing antibodies to several antigens.
See also: serum
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