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Meaning of antiserum

an•ti•se•rum

Pronunciation: (an'tu-sēr"um), [key]
— pl. -se•rums, -se•ra
  1. a serum containing antibodies, as antitoxins or agglutinins, obtained by inoculation of animals and used for injection into other animals to provide immunity to a specific disease.
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