-poietin

-poi·e·tin

Suffix used with words to indicate an agent with a stimulatory effect on growth or multiplication of cells, such as erythropoietin, among others.
[G. poietēs, maker, + -in]

-poietin

word element [Gr.], hormone involved in regulation of the numbers of various cell types in the peripheral blood. -poiet´ic

-poietin

Combining form meaning the root agent has a role in formation or production of something (e.g., erythropoietin).
[G. poietēs, maker, + -in]

-poietin

Suffix used with words to indicate an agent with a stimulatory effect on growth or multiplication of cells, such as erythropoietin, among others.
[G. poietēs, maker, + -in]