Immunology. an antibody that partly combines with an antigen and interferes with cell-mediated immunity, thereby preventing an allergic reaction.
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Also called blocking factor.
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Medical definitions for blocking antibody
An antibody that combines with an antigen without a reaction but that blocks another antibody from later combining with that antigen.
An immunoglobulin that combines specifically with an atopic allergen but does not elicit an allergic reaction.
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