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used in the detection of antibodies involve in the blocking of agglutination of erythrocytes

hemagglutination-inhibition technique

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ruptured erythrocytes

hemolyzed

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a substance causing agglutination of red blood cells

hemagglutinin

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an antibody capable of causing the lysis of dissolution of red cells with the consequent release of hemoglobin

hemolysin

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the lysis of red blood cells by specific antibody and serum complement

hemolysis

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inflammation of liver caused by virus or other agent

hepatitis

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an antibody produced in response to one antigen that will react with a second antigen genetically unrelated antigen

heterophil antibody

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antigen that is broadly distributed in nature

heterophil antigen

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virus that caused AIDS

Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV)

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solution in which has a concentration greater than the system with which it is compared

hypertonic solution

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a process by which the activity of serum complement is nullified

inactivation

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acute infectious disease caused by Epstein-Barr virus characterized by fever, pharyngitis, and lymphadenopathy

infectious mononucleosis (IM)

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acute infectious disease in which there is a moderate leukocytosis due to abnormal mononuclear cells

infectious mononucleosis (IM)

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outside the body; observable in a test tube

In vitro

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observable in a test tube

in vitro

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within the living body

in vivo

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molecule that combines with specific complementary configurations of the binding agent (e.g. receptors, proteins, or antibody)

ligand

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creation of a stable preparation of a biologic material by rapid freezing and dehydration of the frozen product under high vacuum

lyophilization

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an antibody which causes dissolution or lysis of cells

lysin

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an antigen-antibody reaction in w/c the reactive effect of a particular antigen is nullified by a specific antibody

neutralization

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surface somatic antigen of bacteria

O antigen

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antibody that attaches to a cellular or particular antigen rendering it susceptible to phagocytosis

opsonin

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hemagglutination resulting from antibodies that are directed against antigens absorbed to their erythrocyte surface

passive hemagglutination

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liquid portion of unclotted blood

plasma

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weak or irregular antigen-antibody reaction occurring when a great excess of antigen is exposed to a serum containing a relatively low titer of antibody

postzone reaction

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an Ag-Ab rxn in w/c a soluble antigen is caused to settle out by the action of specific antibody (precipitin)

precipitation

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a negative or weak reaction occurring when serum containing an extremely high titer of antibody is exposed to a relatively small amount of antigen

prozone reaction

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failure of serologic reaction to occur in high concentration of antibody

prozone reaction

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clumping of cells caused by agents other than antibodies

pseudoagglutination

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an atom with an unstable nucleus that spontaneously emits radiation as it decays to a stable nucleus

radioisotope

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