isoantigen

isoantigen

[ahy-soh-an-ti-juhn, -jen]
noun
(formerly) an alloantigen.

Origin:
1935–40; iso- + antigen

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isoantigen (ˌaɪsəʊˈæntɪdʒən)
 
n
immunol an antigen that stimulates antibody production in different members of the same species

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isoantigen i·so·an·ti·gen (ī'sō-ān'tĭ-jən)
n.
An antigenic substance present in some members of a species and capable of stimulating antibody production in those members that lack it. Also called alloantigen.

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