Medical Definition of Immunoglobulin joining region

1. Segment of light and heavy chains of mouse and human immunoglobulins where the genes for the variable region upstream join those of the constant region downstream (an important part of the antibody diversity mechanism). In the joining region of the light chain are the genes coding for amino acids 96 to 107. (12 Dec 1998)



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immunoglobulin A
immunoglobulin D
immunoglobulin E
immunoglobulin G
immunoglobulin M
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immunoglobulin idiotypes
immunoglobulin inv allotypes
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immunoglobulin joining region (current term)
immunoglobulin superfamily
immunoglobulin switch region
immunoglobulin variable region
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