Definition of cointegrate in English:

cointegrate

Pronunciation /kəʊˈɪntɪɡrət/

noun

Biology
  • A circular structure formed as an intermediate in replicative transposition, consisting of a donor chromosome, plasmid, or other replicon fused to a recipient replicon by two copies of a transposon, one at each junction.

Origin

1970s. From co- + integrate.