agar-gel reaction


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agar-gel reaction

[′äg·ər ‚jel ri′ak·shən]
(immunology)
A precipitin type of antigen-antibody reaction in which the reactants are introduced into different regions of an agar gel and allowed to diffuse toward each other.
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