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Medical Term:


Pronunciation: im'yu-no-sor'bent

Definition: An antibody (or antigen) used to remove specific antigen (or antibody) from solution or suspension; commonly used with reference to antibody bound to a particulate substance such as a dextran polymer used to remove soluble antigen (insulin) from solution.

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