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immune bodyImmunkörper (ger.)

  • Antibodies, i.e. any of the proteins, naturally present in the body or produced in response to the introduction of an antigen, which react with specific antigens. (OED 2011)  

    Es werden dann, wenn die Flüssigkeit von Immunkörpern frei ist, die rothen Blutkörperchen ungelöst bleiben.

    Ehrlich, P. & Morgenroth, J. (1899). Zur Theorie der Lysinwirkung. Berl. klin. Wochenschr. 1899, 6-9: 7.


    solutions containing either only the “immune body” or only the “complement” were brought in contact with suitable blood corpuscles, and after separation of the fluid and the corpuscles by centrifiugalising, we investigated whether these substances had been taken up by the red blood corpuscles or remained behind in the fluid

    Ehrlich, P. (1900). On immunity with special reference to cell-life. Proc. Roy. Soc. (London) 66, 424-448: 443.