polyclonal

adjective
poly·clon·al | \ˌpä-lē-ˈklō-nəl \

Definition of polyclonal 

: produced by, involving, or being cells derived from two or more cells of different ancestry or genetic constitution polyclonal antibody synthesis polyclonal activation of T cells

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1914, in the meaning defined above

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polyclonal

adjective
poly·clo·nal | \ˈpäl-i-ˌklōn-ᵊl \

Medical Definition of polyclonal 

: produced by or being cells derived from two or more cells of different ancestry or genetic constitution polyclonal antibody synthesis

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