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date: 14 October 2019

ABC 

Source:
A Dictionary of Biomedicine
Author(s):

John Lackie

1.Antigen binding cell.2. Antigen binding capacity.3. The avidin–biotin peroxidase complex. Used in an immunocytochemical method in which biotinylated anti-immunoglobulin binds the primary antigen-specific antibody, then the ABC complex with excess biotin-binding capacity binds biotin on the second antibody and the peroxidase used to catalyse a colorimetric reaction generating brown staining.... ...

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