antistreptococcic

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antistreptococcic

 [an″te-, an″ti-strep″to-kok´sik]
counteracting streptococcal infection.

an·ti·strep·to·coc·cic

(an'tē-strep'tō-kok'sik),
Destructive to streptococci or antagonistic to their toxins.

an·ti·strep·to·coc·cic

(an'tē-strep-tō-kok'sik)
Destructive to streptococci or antagonistic to their toxins.

antistreptococcic

counteracting streptococcal infection.
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