antiserum

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antiserum

blood serum containing antibodies against a specific antigen, used to treat or provide immunity to a disease

antiserum

[′an·tē‚sir·əm]
(immunology)
The serum component of blood that contains antibodies specific to one or more antigens.
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For IC-PCR, rabbit polyclonal antisera raised against TYLCV-CP and ACMV-CP (provided by Dr.
Polyclonal antisera were coated on the plate by 5 (Ag per well, and AIAT were titrated with 1:100 dilution (Table 2).
Peak F (fractions 46-50) contained at least 2 components in which the later eluting portion (fraction 49) reacted with all 3 BNP antisera, indicating it is a BNP form with intact C- and N-terminal ends.
Hyperimmune rabbit antisera against non-typeable strains were produced by the Bacterial Antigens Laboratory in Universidade Estadual de Campinas.
Microscope slides with fixed sections were treated for 2 hours at room temperature with a non immune serum (goat; Sigma), diluted 1:100 in Phosphate Buffered Saline (PBS), and then incubated overnight at 4[degrees]C with four of two primary region-specific antisera.
pneumoniae antisera and following the recommended procedure (supplied by Denka Seiken Co.
We isolated immunoglobulin G (IgG) from rabbit antisera using a two-step procedure as described by McKinney and Parkinson (8).
First, an artifact produced a cross-reaction to mouse antisera.
Some people buy commercial antisera, while others make their own.