alloantigen

[al-oh-an-ti-juh n, -jen]

noun Immunology.

an antigen present in some but not all individuals of the same species, as those in different human blood groups.

Origin of alloantigen

First recorded in 1965–70; allo- + antigen
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alloantigen in Medicine

alloantigen

[ăl′ō-ăntĭ-jən]

n.

isoantigen
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