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Antiantibodies (Greek anti-– against; opposite property, action, situation) – the antibodies directed to antigenic determinants of a molecule of an antibody. It is supposed that antiantibodies in an organism can appear as autoantibodies at morbid conditions which are followed by a long persistention of cell-bound immune complexes, for example, at autoimmune diseases, persistent infections.

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