anticuerpo, particularmente una hemolisina capaz de fijar el complemento después de combinarse con una glóbulo rojo

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  • amboceptor — [am′bō sep΄tər, am′bəsep΄tər] n. [L ambo, both + (RE)CEPTOR] Bacteriology an antibody able to damage or destroy a microorganism or other cell by connecting complement to it …   English World dictionary

  • amboceptor unit — in complement fixation tests, the smallest amount of anti RBC antibody (amboceptor) that produces complete red cell lysis in the presence of an excess of complement …   Medical dictionary

  • amboceptor — /am beuh sep teuhr/, n. Immunol. Now Rare. hemolysin. [1900 05; < L ambo both (akin to AMBI ) + (RE)CEPTOR] * * * …   Universalium

  • amboceptor — noun hemolysin …   Wiktionary

  • amboceptor — Ehrlich term for his concept, now obsolete, of the structure of complement fixing antibody; now used chiefly to denote the anti sheep erythrocyte antibody used in the hemolytic system of complement fixation tests. [ambo + L. capio, to take] * * * …   Medical dictionary

  • amboceptor — am|bo|cep|tor Mot Agut Nom masculí …   Diccionari Català-Català

  • amboceptor — n. substance which develops as a result of an infection in the blood (Immunology) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • amboceptor — am·bo·cep·tor …   English syllables

  • amboceptor — /ˈæmboʊˌsɛptə/ (say amboh.septuh) noun a substance which develops during infection in the blood and which has affinities for both the bacterial cell or red blood cells and the complement. {Latin ambo both + ceptor} …  

  • amboceptor — ˈambōˌseptə(r) noun ( s) Etymology: International Scientific Vocabulary ambo (alteration of ambi ) + receptor; originally formed as German ambozeptor 1. : an intermediary body or antibody acting as a detached receptor …   Useful english dictionary

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