Antigen-Antibody Interaction

  • Otto G. Bier


The union of antibody and antigen gives rise to a series of reactions, the qualitative or semiquantitative study of which is the domain of serology.


Antigenic Determinant Phagocytic Index Serologic Reaction Passive Hemagglutination Agglutination Titer 
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