lysinogen


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lysogen

 [li´so-jen]
1. an antigen causing the formation of lysin; called also lysinogen.
2. an agent that causes lysis.

ly·sin·o·gen

(lī-sin'ō-jen),
An antigen that stimulates the formation of a specific lysin.

lysinogen

/ly·sin·o·gen/ (li-sin´ah-jen) an antigenic substance capable of inducing the formation of lysins.

lysinogen

[līsin′əjən]
an antigen that stimulates the production of a specific lysin.

ly·sin·o·gen

(lī-sin'ō-jen)
An antigen that stimulates the formation of a specific lysin.

lysinogen

lysogen.
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