junctional

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junctional

At the interface between two structures.
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Junctional Diversity: The junctions between the gene segments are joined in an imprecise manner.
with the factors V x J and V x D x J being the light and heavy chain combinatorial diversity, [f.sub.1] and [f.sub.2] representing the factor of light chain and heavy chain junctional diversity due to flexible joining mechanisms, and [s.sub.m] being the factor due to somatic point mutations involved in affinity maturation.