The antibody could be synthesized and one could attack any epidemic with confidence.
I should say the antibody titer has reached the danger point.
All we've done was inject an antibody against a specific virus.
A quick test-run showed that the antibody was also being regenerated.
One function of the free receptor, the antibody, is always to unite with the chemical substance which caused it to be formed.
The kind of antibody and the manner of its action will differ with the different kinds of antigens used.
It is evident that some sort of an antibody results from the first protein injected and that it is specific for its own antigen.
That last checkup showed an antibody titer entirely too high for safety.
If this is a virus infection, we might only need to find an antibody for inoculation to stop it in its tracks.
Controls were needed, to be certain that the antibody suspension alone was bringing about the changes seen and not something else.