chimeric


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chi·mer·ic

(kī-mēr'ik),
1. Relating to a chimera. Compare: mosaicism.
2. Composed of parts that are of different origin and are seemingly incompatible.

chimeric

(kī-mĕr′ĭk, -mîr′-)
adj.
1. Relating to or being an organism, part, or molecule that is a chimera: chimeric mice; chimeric proteins.
2. Relating to a monoclonal antibody produced from the cells of a nonhuman organism, usually a mouse, in which a portion of the antibody has been replaced with a human sequence of amino acids. This is done in the laboratory by replacing part of the DNA sequence in the nonhuman cells with a sequence of human DNA.

chi·mer·ic

(kī-mēr'ik)
1. Relating to a chimera.
Compare: chimera (5)
2. Composed of parts that are of different origin and are seemingly incompatible.
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