Medical Definition of Thy 1 glycoprotein

1. A molecule of 19 kD found on the surface of lymphoid and brain tissues of some mammals. Used as a marker for T lymphocytes in those species displaying it. Two allelic forms are known, Thy 1a, Thy 1b, determining Thy 1.1. And Thy 1.2. Molecules respectively, formerly known as _ AKR and _ C3H respectively. Functions unclear. This entry appears with permission from the Dictionary of Cell and Molecular Biology (11 Mar 2008)



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