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immunology(im?yu-nol'o-je) [? + Gr. logos, word, reason]
The study of the components of the immune system and their function.See: immune systemimmunologic (im?yu-no-loj'ik), adjective
emanating from or pertaining to immunology.
in cell receptor biology, the structure of receptors is conveniently considered in terms of three functional domains: transmembrane, ligand binding and immunological; the latter contain primary antigenic regions.
immunologic fertility control
a reference to immunocompetence of a host.
see immunological tolerance.