Arrhenius-madsen theory

arrhenius-madsen theory

Arrhenius-Madsen theory Ar·rhe·ni·us-Mad·sen theory (ə-rē’nē-əs-mād’sən, ə-rā’-)
The theory that the reaction of an antigen with its antibody is a reversible reaction.

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