immunoselection

im·mu·no·se·lec·tion

(im'yū-nō-se-lek'shŭn),
1. Selective death or survival of fetuses of different genotypes depending on immunologic incompatibility with the mother.
2. The survival of certain cells depending on their surface antigenicity.

immunoselection

[-silek′shən]
Etymology: L, immunis + seligere, to select
the survival of certain cells as a result of their lack of surface antigens that would otherwise make them vulnerable to attack and destruction by antibodies. See also erythroblastosis fetalis, Rh factor.

immunoselection

(ĭm″ū-nō-sĕ-lĕk′shŭn)
The enhanced survival of cells or organisms that have favorable cell surface markers. The antigens allow the cells organisms to escape destruction by humoral or cell-mediated immunity.
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