Medical Definition of H2 histocompatibility

1. The ability of a tissue to be grafted from a donor to a host, without the host's immune system attacking the grafted tissue. The chances of H2 histocompatibility is determined by how well the tissue proteins (cell surface glycoproteins in the tissue, to be specific) match between donor and host. (09 Oct 1997)



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Lexicographical Neighbors of H2 Histocompatibility

H.E.
H.M.S. Bounty
H.P.
H. G. Wells
H. H. Munro
H. J. Eysenck
H. L. Mencken
H. pylori
H1-related protein-tyrosine phosphatase
H1N1
H2H
H2O
H2Q
H2 antagonist
H2 blocker
H2 histocompatibility
H5N1
HA
HA-MRSA
HA-tag
HA1 virus
HA2 virus
HAARP
HAART
HAAT
HAC
HACCP
HACE
HACEK
HACEK group

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