antihemolysin

an·ti·he·mo·ly·sin

(an'tē-hē-mol'i-sin, an'tē-hem-ol'-),
A substance (including antibody) that inhibits or prevents the effects of hemolysin.

an·ti·he·mo·ly·sin

(an'tē-hē-mol'i-sin)
A substance (including antibody) that inhibits or prevents the effects of hemolysin.
Synonym(s): antihaemolysin.

antihemolysin

(ant″i-hē″mŏ-līs′ĭn, mol′ĭ-sĭn) [ anti- + hemolysin]
An agent that opposes the action of hemolysin.
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