Constant region

constant region
The portion of the amino acid sequence of an antibody’s heavy or light chains that determines the class of the antibody and does not vary within a given class. The constant region terminates in a free carboxyl group (COOH). Unlike the variable region, the constant region does not interact with antigens. Compare variable region.


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