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Term:somatic diversification of immunoglobulins
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Definition:The somatic process that results in the generation of sequence diversity of immunoglobulins.
Synonyms:exact_synonym: somatic diversification of antibodies


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  biological_process 326
    immune system process 63
      somatic diversification of immune receptors 0
        somatic diversification of immunoglobulins 0
          alternate splicing of immunoglobulin genes 0
          gene conversion of immunoglobulin genes + 0
          somatic diversification of immunoglobulin genes by N region addition 0
          somatic diversification of immunoglobulins involved in immune response + 0
          somatic hypermutation of immunoglobulin genes + 0
          somatic recombination of immunoglobulin gene segments + 0
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  biological_process 326
    developmental process 109
      anatomical structure development 102
        multicellular organism development 93
          system development 82
            immune system development 21
              somatic diversification of immune receptors 0
                somatic diversification of immunoglobulins 0
                  alternate splicing of immunoglobulin genes 0
                  gene conversion of immunoglobulin genes + 0
                  somatic diversification of immunoglobulin genes by N region addition 0
                  somatic diversification of immunoglobulins involved in immune response + 0
                  somatic hypermutation of immunoglobulin genes + 0
                  somatic recombination of immunoglobulin gene segments + 0
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