Definitions for "Humoral Immunity"
this refers to the resistance that results from the presence of the specific antibody within the serum
is the antibody-mediated immunity made in a humoral immune response. Humoral immunity can be transferred to unimmunized recipients by using immune serum containing specific antibody.
the component of immunity in which lymphocytes (B cells) develop into plasma cells that produce antibodies to destroy antigens; also called antibody-mediated immunity