Medical Definition of Immunoglobulin constant region

1. That region of the immunoglobulin (antibody) molecule that is invariable in its amino acid sequence within any class of immunoglobulins. It confers the biological specificity to the ig and is grossly species specific. It comprises the c-terminus half of the light chains and three quarters or more of the heavy chains, all of the fc fragment, and the c-terminus half of the fab fragment. (12 Dec 1998)



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Immunoglobulin Constant Region

immunogenicities
immunogenicity
immunogens
immunoglobin
immunoglobins
immunoglobular
immunoglobulin
immunoglobulin A
immunoglobulin D
immunoglobulin E
immunoglobulin G
immunoglobulin M
immunoglobulin allotypes
immunoglobulin constant region (current term)
immunoglobulin domains
immunoglobulin electrophoresis
immunoglobulin gm allotypes
immunoglobulin idiotypes
immunoglobulin inv allotypes
immunoglobulin isotypes
immunoglobulin joining region
immunoglobulin superfamily
immunoglobulin switch region
immunoglobulin variable region
immunoglobulins
immunogold
immunogold electron microscopy
immunohematologist

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