Immunoglobulin

A technical name for antibody. Y-shaped molecules produced by some blood cells in response to a stimulus of the immune system.

immunoglobulin

[n] - a class of proteins produced in lymph tissue in vertebrates and that function as antibodies in the immune response
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Immunoglobulin

See 'antibodies'.
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Immunoglobulin

Protein used by the immune system to identify and neutralize foreign objects like bacteria and viruses. Also known as anti-body.
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immunoglobulin

A class of antibody (a type of protein protein found in the blood and tissue fluids. Immunoglobulins are produced cells of the immune system known as B-lymphocytes. Their function is to bind to substances in the body that are recognized as foreign antigens (often proteins on the surface of bacteria ...
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immunoglobulin

immunoglobulin: see antibody; immunity; immunology.
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Immunoglobulin

Immunoglobulins are a type of protein found in the serum and cells of the immune systems of vertebrate animals where they function as antibodies.
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immunoglobulin

A protein that acts as an antibody. Immunoglobulins are made by B cells and plasma cells. An immunoglobulin is a type of glycoprotein with two heavy chains and two light chains. Also called Ig.
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IMMUNOGLOBULIN

see antibody.
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Immunoglobulin

A protein that acts as an antibody. See above.
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