Definition of Immunoglobulin d

1. Noun. One of the five major classes of immunoglobulins; present in blood serum in small amounts.




Medical Definition of Immunoglobulin d

1. This immunoglobulin (184 kD) is present at a low level (3-400 mcg/ml) but is a major immunoglobulin on the surface of B lymphocytes where it may play a role in antigen recognition. Its structure resembles that of immunoglobulin G but the heavy chains are of the delta type. (30 Mar 1998)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Immunoglobulin D

immunogeneses
immunogenesis
immunogenetic
immunogeneticist
immunogenetics
immunogenic
immunogenically
immunogenicities
immunogenicity
immunogens
immunoglobin
immunoglobins
immunoglobular
immunoglobulin
immunoglobulin A
immunoglobulin D
immunoglobulin E
immunoglobulin G
immunoglobulin M
immunoglobulin allotypes
immunoglobulin constant region
immunoglobulin domains
immunoglobulin electrophoresis
immunoglobulin gm allotypes
immunoglobulin idiotypes
immunoglobulin inv allotypes
immunoglobulin isotypes
immunoglobulin joining region

Literary usage of Immunoglobulin d

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1. Health Effects of Exposure to Environmental Tobacco Smoke: The Report of the edited by Lauren Zeise, Amy J. Dunn (2000)
"When multiple regression models were used, the authors detected an association of immunoglobulin D (IgD) and paternal, but not maternal, smoking. ..."

2. Guide to Clinical Preventive Services: Report of the U. S. Preventive by DIANE Publishing Company (1996)
"... HIV infection screening, Ch 28 Immunoglobulin A, HIV infection screening in infants, Ch 28 immunoglobulin d, Ch 38 Impaired glucose tolerance (IGT), ..."

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