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Immunology.

immunoglobulin M: a class of short-term circulating and secretory antibodies existing as an aggregate of five antibody molecules, having a high affinity for viruses.

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Origin of IgM

First recorded in 1960–65
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British Dictionary definitions for IgM

IGM
/ chess /

abbreviation for

International Grandmaster
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Medical definitions for IgM

IgM

abbr.

immunoglobulin M
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