Pronunciation: im′yū-nō-di-fyū′zhŭn, im-ū′nō-
1. A technique to study antigen-antibody reactions by observing precipitates formed by antigen-antibody complexes, which are combinations of specific antigen and antibodies separately placed in a gel and diffused.
The information shown above for immunodiffusion is provided by Stedman's.
* Stedman's, part of Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, provide a comprehensive line of health-science publications for healthcare professionals and medical students.