histoincompatibility


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histoincompatibility

 [his″to-in″kom-pat″ĭ-bil´ĭ-te]
the quality of a cellular or tissue graft preventing its acceptance or functioning when transplanted to another organism; said of the relationship between the genotypes (histocompatibility genes) of donor and host in which a graft generally will be rejected. adj., adj histoincompat´ible.
Miller-Keane Encyclopedia and Dictionary of Medicine, Nursing, and Allied Health, Seventh Edition. © 2003 by Saunders, an imprint of Elsevier, Inc. All rights reserved.

his·to·in·com·pat·i·bil·i·ty

(his'tō-in'kom-pat'i-bil'i-tē),
A state of immunologic dissimilarity of tissues sufficient to cause rejection of a homograft when tissue is transplanted from one person to another; implies a difference in histocompatibility genes in donor and recipient.
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his·to·in·com·pat·i·bil·i·ty

(his'tō-in'kŏm-pat'i-bil'i-tē)
A state of immunologic dissimilarity of tissues sufficient to cause rejection of a homograft when tissue is transplanted from one person to another; implies a difference in histocompatibility genes in donor and recipient.
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