Definition of Isoantibody

1. Noun. An antibody that occurs naturally against foreign tissues from a person of the same species.

Exact synonyms: Alloantibody
Generic synonyms: Antibody



Definition of Isoantibody

1. [n -DIES]

Medical Definition of Isoantibody

1. Antibody produced by one individual in response to antigen from another individual of the same species. The antibody reacts with antigens (isoantigens) of another individual of the same species. (20 Jun 2000)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Isoantibody

isoagglutinogen
isoalkane
isoalkanes
isoallele
isoallotypic determinant
isoalloxazine
isoalloxazines
isoaminile
isoamyl
isoamyl alcohol
isoamylase
isoandrosterone
isoanethole
isoantibodies
isoantibody (current term)
isoantigen
isoantigenic
isoantigens
isoarsindole
isoarsindoles
isoarsinoline
isoarsinolines
isoasparagine
isoasparaginyl
isoasparaginyls
isobar
isobare
isobares
isobaric

Literary usage of Isoantibody

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1. The Journal of Comparative Pathology and Therapeutics (1888)
"It has not been possible to fractionate this serum further, and it is likely that it contains only one isoantibody, identified as anti-6. ..."

2. The Journal of Comparative Pathology and Therapeutics (1888)
"It has not been possible to fractionate this serum further, and it is likely that it contains only one isoantibody, identified as anti-6. ..."

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