Origin of amboceptor
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Therefore it is difficult to standardize the serum to get a proper amount of amboceptor for the complement present.The Fundamentals of Bacteriology
Charles Bradfield Morrey
This effect is only produced when two substances are present, the amboceptor or immune body and the complement.Alcoholic Fermentation
The pathologist would probably object to this interpretation since no amboceptor is needed for agglutination.The Organism as a Whole
Designated by other writers by various synonyms: preventive, or sensibilising substance, immunising body, amboceptor.Life of Elie Metchnikoff, 1845-1916
- an immune body formed in the blood during infection or immunization that serves to link the complement to the antigen
C20: from Latin ambō both (see ambi-) + (re) ceptor
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- The antibody to sheep red blood cells used in complement-fixation tests.
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