antigen-antibody reaction

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The formation of an insoluble complex between an antigen and its specific antibody. In the case of soluble antigens, the complex precipitates, while cells that carry surface antigens are agglutinated. See Chronology, 1900, Ehrlich; 1986, Amit et al.

Subjects: Genetics and Genomics.

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