Avidity


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Avidity ə-VID-ə-deePart of speech: noun Origin: Late Middle English, mid 15th century
1Extreme eagerness or enthusiasm.2[Biochemistry] the overall strength of binding between an antibody and an antigen.
 
Examples of Avidity in a sentence “The doctor scoured the medical studies on antibody avidity, hoping to find answers.” “Kate binged the Netflix series with an avidity she rarely showed for anything.”