immunoselective adsorption

immunoselective adsorption

[‚im·yə·nō·si‚lek·tiv ad′sȯrp·shən]
(immunology)
A process that exploits biospecific interactions between antibodies and their corresponding antigens in order to separate pure high-value bioactive products from biological sources (for example, blood, food materials, and products of genetically engineered organisms).