serum containing antibodies (developed through immunization or infection); monovalent antisera are specific for one antigen, and polyvalent antisera apply to more than one.
Serum that contains high levels of antibodies specific for a particular antigen of interest.
Serum from an animal that contains antibodies against a particular antigen.
Serum containing antibodies to a particular antigen either because of immunization or after an infectious disease.
blood serum containing antibodies against specific antigens; provides immunity to a disease
a serum containing antibodies usually obtained from an animal that has been exposed to antigen either by injection into tissues or blood or by infection. It is used in the prevention, treatment or diagnosis of infectious disease.
serum produced by animal containing antibodies. Used to confer temporary immunity to other animals.
Blood serum containing specific antibodies against an antigen. Antisera are used to confer passive immunity to many diseases.
A cell free fraction of blood that contains antibodies.
The serum from a vertebrate that has been exposed to an antigen and which contains antibodies that react specifically with the antigen. (Pl. antisera.) ( 10)
Serum containing antibodies. It produces short-term protection usually two to four weeks.
a serum, the liquid portion of the blood without cells, that contains antibodies that are developed to combat specific antigens such as viruses, bacteria, etc. Antibodies can be acquired from an animal that has either been infected with a microorganism that has the antigen or has been injected with the antigen directly into the body. Antisera are used to confer passive immunity to many diseases. [Source: Biotechnology Industry Organization, www.bio.org
Serum (watery fluid from the tissues of humans or animals) that has antibodies for at least one antigen.
The blood serum obtained from an animal after it has been immunized with a particular antigen. It will contain antibodies which are specific for that antigen as well as antibodies specific for any other antigens, against which the animal has previously been immunized.
Human Blood serum containing antibodies that are specific for one or more antigens.
A serum that contains antibodies. Serum from a person or animal with immunity to a certain disease can, in some cases, be used to prevent illness in other people.
Antiserum (plural: antisera) is blood serum containing antibodies. Antiserum is used to pass on passive immunity to many diseases.