Definition of allotypy in English:

allotypy

noun

Immunology
  • The occurrence of an immunoglobulin or other protein in genetically determined, antigenically distinct forms in different members of the same species.

Origin

1950s; earliest use found in Science. From French allotypie from allo- + type + -ie.

Pronunciation

allotypy

/ˈaləˌtʌɪpi/