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lymphotoxin

 [lim´fo-tok″sin]
a lymphokine containing 171 amino acids, one of the tumor necrosis factors, produced by activated T lymphocytes. It inhibits the growth of tumors by causing lysis or stasis of sensitive cells, and also blocks transformation of cells. Called also tumor necrosis factor β.

LT

Abbreviation for leukotrienes, usually followed by another letter with a subscript number, for example, LTA4, LTC4.

LT

1. Laboratory test.
2. Lead time, see there.
3. Leukotriene, see there.
4. Levothyroxine.
5. Locum tenens, see there.
6. Lymphotoxin.

LT

Abbreviation for leukotrienes.
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And it will always work hard to help in achieving just and comprehensive peace in the region according to the relevant international legitimacy resolutions," added Lieut.
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One, Flt Lieut Michelle Goodman, holds the DFC for bravery.
Paul's commanding officer, Lieut Col Rob Thomson, said: "He had a huge rucksack full of talents.
The book, Lieut Gullivar Jones: His Vacation was so poorly received upon publication in 1905, it was the last book its author wrote before he died.
Edward Parry Kt., FRS etc., late Lieut. Governor of Greenwich Hospital and was by his son--the Rev Edward Parry MA, of Balliol College, Oxford, and later tutor in the University of Durham.
On June 16th, after nearly five months devoted service at the front, Lieut. McKey was instantly killed by a shell while conferring as to arrangements with two Italian officers.