heterohemolysin


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heterohemolysin

 [het″er-o-he-mol´ĭ-sin]
a hemolysin that destroys erythrocytes of animals of species other than that of the animal in which it is formed.

heterohemolysin

/het·ero·he·mol·y·sin/ (-he-mol´ĭ-sin) a hemolysin which destroys red blood cells of animals of species other than that of the animal in which it is formed; it may occur naturally or be induced by immunization.

heterohemolysin

a hemolysin that destroys erythrocytes of animals of other species than that of the animal in which it is formed.