Warm antibody

warm antibody

(Science: haematology, immunology) most igG antibodies react better at 37�C than at lower temperatures, especially against red cell antigens. These are the warm antibodies as contrasted with cold agglutinins, especially igM, that agglutinate below 28�C.


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