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Dictionary of microbiology
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adjuvant

(aj\'ě-věnt)
Material added to an antigen to increase its immunogenicity. Common examples are alum, killed Bordetella pertussis, and an oil emulsion of the antigen, either alone (Freund\'s incomplete adjuvant) or with killed mycobacteria (Freund\'s complete adjuvant).


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