heterologous

Derived from the tissues or DNA of a different species. cf autologous, homologous.

heterologous

[adj] - (biology) not corresponding in structure or evolutionary origin 2. [adj] - derived from organisms of a different but related species
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Heterologous

Het`er·ol'o·gous adjective [ Hetero- + Greek ... proportion.] Characterized by heterology; consisting of different elements, or of like elements in different proportions; different; -- opposed to homologous ; as, heterologous organs. Heterologous stimulus . (Physiol.)...
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heterologous

<molecular biology> Derived from the tissues or DNA of a different species. ... Compare: autologous, homologous. ... (18 Nov 1997) ...
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heterologous

heterological adjective not corresponding in structure or evolutionary origin
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heterologous

(het″әr-ol´ә-gәs) made up of tissue not normal to the part. xenogeneic. possessing different alleles in regard to a given characteristic.
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Heterologous

• (a.) Characterized by heterology; consisting of different elements, or of like elements in different proportions; different; -- opposed to homologous; as, heterologous organs.
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heterologous

heterologous, heterology 1. Having a different relation, or consisting of different elements; not corresponding. 2. Made up of tissue not normal to the part; xenogeneic. 3. Pertaining to antigen and antibody that are not homologous, i.e., the antigen is not the one that elicited the production of the antibody.
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heterologous

Type: Term Pronunciation: het′ĕr-ol′ŏ-gŭs Definitions: 1. Pertaining to cytologic or histologic elements occurring where they are not normally found. 2. Derived from an animal of a different species, as the serum of a horse is heterologous for a rabbit.
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Heterologous

In medicine a heterologous transplant means `between species` or `from one species to another`. In cell biology and protein biochemistry, heterologous expression means that a protein is experimentally put into a cell that does not normally make (i.e., express) that protein. Heterologous (meaning `derived from a different organism`) refers to...
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heterologous

Derived from an animal of a different species.
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