Medical Definition of Gm allotypes

1. Refers to human immunoglobulin gamma heavy chains that express different Gm allotypic determinants (antigens). Each of the 25 different Gm allotypes is the product of genes within the constant regions of the human gamma heavy chain. (05 Mar 2000)



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Gm Allotypes

Glucotrol
Gluge's corpuscles
Glx
Gly
Glyceria
Glyceria grandis
Glycine max
Glyconian
Glyconians
Glycophagus
Glycyrrhiza glabra
Glycyrrhiza lepidota
Glyfada
Glynis
Gm allotypes
Gm antigens
Gm type
Gmailer
Gmailers
Gmelin's test
GnRH
Gnaeus Julius Agricola
Gnaeus Pompeius Magnus
Gnaphalium sylvaticum
Gnat
Gnathostomata
Gnawa
Gnawas
Gnetaceae

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