Denys-Leclef phenomenon

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De·nys-Le·clef phe·nom·e·non

(de-nēs' lĕ-klef'),
enhanced phagocytosis by leukocytes of microorganisms in the presence of immune serum.

Denys,

Joseph, Belgian bacteriologist, 1857-1932.
Denys-Leclef phenomenon - enhanced phagocytosis by leukocytes of microorganisms in the presence of immune serum.
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Albemarle's Ketjenfine 757 catalyst has been the benchmark product in ULSD refining for close to a decade," said Stephane Leclef, division vice president of Albemarle's hydroprocessing catalysts (HPC) business.
CONTACT: Stephane Leclef, +32-475-63-02-27, stephane_leclef@albemarle.
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