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Major histocompatabilty complex

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Major histocompatabilty complex

(Science: immunology) a cluster of genes on chromosome 6 concerned with antigen production and critical to transplantation. The mhc includes the human leukocyte antigen (HLA) genes.(it is a set of genes that code for cell surface glycoproteins)