Definition of Humoral immune response
1. Noun. An immune response (chiefly against bacterial invasion) that is mediated by B cells.
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1. Registry of Toxic Effects of Chemical Substances (RTECS): A Comprehensive Guide by Doris V. Sweet (1994)
"... INCLUDING ALLERGIC 01 Increase in cellular immune response 02 Decrease in cellular immune response 03 Increase in humoral immune response 04 Decrease in ..."
2. Alcohols Effect on Organ Function edited by Dianne M. Welsh (1997)
"Consequently, in the absence of appropriate IFN-y stimulation in alcoholics, a preferential induction of the humoral immune response could occur. ..."
3. The Neuroscience of Mental Health: A Report on Neuroscience Research edited by Stephen H. Koslow (1997)
"The humoral immune response is characterized by the production of molecules called antibodies. Antibodies are produced by cells called B-lymphocytes that ..."
4. Manual of Microbiologic Monitoring of Laboratory Animals edited by Kim Waggie (1994)
"... virus results in a humoral immune response equivalent in antibody levels but different in specificity from infection with live viras (15). ..."
5. Diabetes in America by Ronald Aubert (1996)
"... Bacon G, Kowalski CJ, Loesche WJ: humoral immune response to selected sub- gingival plaque microorganisms in insulin-dependent diabetic children. ..."