reversed passive anaphylaxis(redirected from reversed anaphylaxis)
re·versed pas·sive an·a·phy·lax·is
an obsolete term referring to an anaphylactic reaction induced in an animal injected with a specific antigen, which will bind to reactive tissue, and then, after a latent period, with serum from another animal previously sensitized to the identical antigen.
Synonym(s): reversed anaphylaxis
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