Medical Definition of Immunoglobulin domains

1. Structural units of immunoglobulin heavy or light chains that are composed of approximately 110 amino acids. Light chains of an immunoglobulin are composed of one constant domain and one variable domain. Heavy chains are composed of either three or four constant domains and one variable domain. (05 Mar 2000)



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Immunoglobulin Domains

immunogenicity
immunogens
immunoglobin
immunoglobins
immunoglobular
immunoglobulin
immunoglobulin A
immunoglobulin D
immunoglobulin E
immunoglobulin G
immunoglobulin M
immunoglobulin allotypes
immunoglobulin constant region
immunoglobulin domains (current term)
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
immunohematologists

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