major immunogene complex
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major immunogene complex[′mā·jar ‚ə′myü·nə·jēn ′käm‚pleks]
A genetic region containing loci that code for lymphocyte surface antigens, histocompatibility antigens, immune response gene products, and proteins of the complement system. Abbreviated MIC.
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