Hyperimmune

A state where the body's immune system is extremely reactive against a particular antigen when it normally would not be. This occurs when the antigen is introduced into the body in large amounts (for example, by repeated injections) such that high levels of antibodies build up against it.

Hyperimmune

Having a very high antibody titre.

hyperimmune

A state where the bodys immune system is extremely reactive against a particular antigen when it normally would not be. This occurs when the antigen is introduced into the body in large amounts (for example: by repeated injections) such that lots of hyperimmune antibodies build up against it. ... (09 Oct 1997) ...
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hyperimmune

(hi″pәr-ĭ-mūn´) having large quantities of specific antibodies in the serum.
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hyperimmune

Type: Term Pronunciation: hī′pĕr-im-yūn′ Definitions: 1. Having large quantities of specific antibodies in the serum from repeated immunizations or infections.
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