Definition of Antivenin
Antivenin: Antibodies created in the blood of a horse or sheep when the animal is injected with snake venom. Antivenin acts by neutralizing snake venom that has entered the body. Also called antivenom, snake antivenin, or snake antivenom.
Other spellings: antivenom
Last Editorial Review: 6/14/2012
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