What does the antibody titre mean?

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The titre (or titer) of an antibody sample is a measure of the antibody concentration determined under a defined set of conditions. Serial dilutions of the antibody sample (test bleed or purified antibody) are allowed to react with a fixed amount of antigen. The antibody titre is defined as the lowest dilution to bind significantly to the antigen.
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