Medical Dictionary


noun an·ti·an·ti·body
\ˌant-ē-ˈant-i-ˌbäd-ē, ˌan-ˌtī-\
plural an·ti·an·ti·bod·ies

Medical Definition of ANTIANTIBODY

:  an antibody with specific immunologic activity against another antibody
April 21, 2015
omnipotent Hear it
having unlimited authority or influence
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