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immunodiffusion

Pronunciation: im'yu-no-di-fyu'zhun, im-u'no-

Definition: A technique to study antigen-antibody reactions by observing precipitates formed by antigen-antibody complexes, which are combinations of specific antigen and antibodies separately placed in a gel and diffused.

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