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hemolyze

 [he´mo-līz]
1. to subject to hemolysis.
2. to undergo hemolysis.

he·mo·lyze

(hē'mō-līz),
To produce hemolysis or liberation of the hemoglobin from red blood cells.

hemolyze

/he·mo·lyze/ (he´mo-līz)
1. to subject to hemolysis.
2. to undergo hemolysis.

hemolyze

(hē′mə-līz′)
intr. & tr.v. hemo·lyzed, hemo·lyzing, hemo·lyzes
To undergo or cause to undergo hemolysis.

he·mo·lyze

(hē'mō-līz)
To produce hemolysis or liberation of the hemoglobin from red blood cells.

hemolyze

to subject to or to undergo hemolysis.
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Complement levels are evaluated by the CH50 and AH50 - screening tests that assess the ability of the classic and alternative complement pathways respectively to haemolyse red blood cells.
2003) but only in an additional one (Stachys michelliana, a very frequent species in sub-Andean crops) did the extracts haemolyse RBC from different groups, no erythroagglutination activity thereby being detected in them (Table 4).
He was re-started on IV Methylprednisolone for 3 days and then oral Prednisolone, but he continued to haemolyse for about a week.