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allogeneic

adjective al·lo·ge·ne·ic \ˌa-lō-jə-ˈnē-ik\

Definition of ALLOGENEIC

:  involving, derived from, or being individuals of the same species that are sufficiently unlike genetically to interact antigenically <allogeneic skin grafts> — compare syngeneic

Variants of ALLOGENEIC

al·lo·ge·ne·ic also al·lo·gen·ic \-ˈje-nik\
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Origin of ALLOGENEIC

all- + -geneic (as in syngeneic)
First Known Use: 1961
Medical Dictionary

allogeneic

adjective al·lo·ge·ne·ic \ˌal-ō-jə-ˈnē-ik\

Medical Definition of ALLOGENEIC

:  involving, derived from, or being individuals of the same species that are sufficiently unlike genetically to interact antigenically <allogeneic skin grafts>—compare syngeneic, xenogeneic

Variants of ALLOGENEIC

al·lo·ge·ne·ic also al·lo·gen·ic \-ˈjen-ik\

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