antilysin


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an·ti·ly·sin

(an'tē-lī'sin),
An antibody that inhibits or prevents the effects of lysin.
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antilysin

An obsolete, nonspecific term for an antibody which acts against a "lysin”—e.g., hemolysin, bacteriolysin.
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an·ti·ly·sin

(an'tē-lī'sin)
An antibody that inhibits or prevents the effects of lysin.
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antilysin

(ant″i-līs′ĭn) [ anti- + lysin]
An antibody that opposes the action of lysin.
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