idiotype

The antigenic specificities defined by the unique sequences (idiotopes) of the antigen combining site. Thus anti-idiotype antibodies combine with those specific sequences, may block immunological reactions, and may resemble the epitope to which the first antibody reacts.

Idiotype

In immunology, an idiotype is a shared characteristic between a group of immunoglobulin or T cell receptor (TCR) molecules based upon the antigen binding specificity and therefore structure of their variable region. The word idiotype comes from two Greek roots, idio meaning `private, distinctive, peculiar` and typos meaning `mark.` Thus idioty...
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idiotype

idiotype The total hereditary determinants of an individual, comprising both chromosomal and extrachromosomal factors.
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idiotype

The antigenic specificites defined by the unique sequences (idiotopes) of the antigen combining site. Thus anti-idiotype antibodies combine with those specific sequences, may block immunological reactions and may resemble the epitope to which the first antibody reacts. ... (18 Nov 1997) ...
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Idiotype

The combined antigenic determinants (idiotopes) found on antibodies of an individual that are directed at a particular antigen; such antigenic determinants are found only in the variable region.
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The complete set of idiotopes in the variable region of an antibody or T-cell receptor that react with an anti-idiotypic serum.
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idiotype

Type: Term Pronunciation: id′ē-ō-tīp Definitions: 1. Collection of idiotopes within the variable region that confers on an immunoglobulin molecule an antigenic specificity and is frequently a unique attribute of a given antibody in a given animal. It is the product of a limited number of B lymphocyte clones; also found on the T...
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