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Immunoglobulins capable of inactivating especially soluble bacterial virulence factors, e.g., as these immunoglobulins may be administered to treat disease.

Antitoxin is antibodies raised against a given toxin, with the caveat that this only is possible against toxins which can elicit a humoral immune response, particularly protein-based toxins (such as exotoxins).

See also antiserum and artificially acquired passive immunity.