Immunoglobulin Family Gene
Definition of Immunoglobulin Family Gene:
Immunoglobulin Family Genes encode structurally-related Immunoglobulin Family Proteins containing one, or more, 100-aa Immunoglobulin domain that includes a conserved intradomain disulfide bond and may be involved in protein-protein or protein-ligand interactions. Immunoglobulin Family members include hundreds of functionally diverse proteins, such as Immunoglobulins, the muscle kinase titin, and receptor tyrosine kinases. (NCI)
Immunoglobulin Family Gene is part of the Gene group
Related Terms
CDON Gene
CEA Family Gene
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