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Term:immunoglobulin-mediated neutralization
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Definition:The inhibition of an antigen's biological effects by antibody binding to it. An example is neutralization of diphtheria toxin by preventing its entry into human cells via the binding of antibody specific for diphtheria toxin.
Synonyms:exact_synonym: antibody-mediated neutralization

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  biological_process 19578
    immune system process 2693
      immune effector process 861
        leukocyte mediated immunity 502
          lymphocyte mediated immunity 398
            B cell mediated immunity 236
              immunoglobulin mediated immune response 232
                immunoglobulin-mediated neutralization 0
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