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Human gamma globulin

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Human gamma globulin

a preparation of the proteins of liquid human plasma, containing the antibodies of normal adults; it is obtained from pooled liquid human plasma from a number of donors and may be prepared by precipitation with organic solvents under controlled conditions of ph, ionic strength, and temperature.

Synonym: human normal immunoglobulin.