Definition of Immunophilin

1. Noun. (enzyme) Any of a class of isomerases active in the immune system ¹



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Medical Definition of Immunophilin

1. Generic term for intracellular protein that binds immunosuppressive drugs such as cyclosporin, FK506, rapamycin. Both cyclophilin and the receptor for FK506 are peptidyl prolyl cis trans isomerases rotamases). Immunophilins are thought to interact with calcineurin. This entry appears with permission from the Dictionary of Cell and Molecular Biology (11 Mar 2008)

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immunopathologies
immunopathology
immunopeptide
immunopeptidomics
immunoperoxidase
immunoperoxidase technique
immunoperoxidases
immunopharmacology
immunophenotype
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immunophenotypes
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immunophilin (current term)
immunopoietic
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immunopotentiation
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immunoprecipitate
immunoprecipitated
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immunoprevention
immunoproliferative disorders

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