Paul-Bunnell antibody

noun Paul-Bun·nell antibody \ ˈpȯlˈbənᵊl- \

Definition of Paul-Bunnell antibody

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Origin and Etymology of paul-bunnell antibody

after John R. Paul †1971 and Walls W. Bunnell †1965 American physicians


Paul-Bunnell reaction

noun
variants: or Paul-Bunnell test

Definition of Paul-Bunnell reaction

: a test for heterophil antibody used in the diagnosis of infectious mononucleosis

Origin and Etymology of paul-bunnell reaction

after John R. Paul & W. W. Bunnell


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