|warm antibody||medical dictionary|
<haematology, immunology> most IgG antibodies react better at 37C than at lower temperatures, especially against red cell antigens. These are the warm antibodies as contrasted with cold agglutinins, especially IgM, that agglutinate below 28C.
This entry appears with permission from the Dictionary of Cell and Molecular Biology
(11 Mar 2008)
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