allotype

Products of one or more alleles that can be detected as inherited variants of a particular molecule. Usually the usage is restricted to those immunoglobulins that can be separately detected antigenically. See also idiotype. In humans light chain allotypes are known as Km (Inv) allotypes and heavy chain allotypes as Gm allotypes.

Allotype

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allotype

<genetics> Products of one or more alleles that can be detected as inherited variants of a particular molecule. ... Usually the usage is restricted to those immunoglobulins that can be separately detected antigenically. ... In humans light chain allotypes are known as Km (Inv) allotypes and heavy chain allotypes as Gm allotypes. ... See: idio...
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allotype

allotype 1. Any of the genetic variants of a plasma protein or other molecule occurring among members of a single species. 2. Any one of the genetic variants of protein that occur in a single species. The serum from a person with one form of allotype could be antigenic to another person.
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allotype

An allelic variant of an antigen that, because it is not present in all individuals, may be immunogenic in members of the same species that have a different version of the allele.
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allotype

Paratype of the opposite sex to the holotype; term not regulated by Code of Zoological Nomenclature, (glossary, PDF format)
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allotype

specimen designated from the type series that is the opposite sex of the holotype.
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allotype

Type: Term Pronunciation: al′ō-tīp Definitions: 1. Any one of the genetically determined antigenic differences within an immunoglobulin isotope that occur among members of the same species. Synonyms: allotypic marker
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