autoisolysin

autoisolysin

 [aw″to-i-sol´ĭ-sin]
autoantibody that causes complement-dependent lysis of cells (e.g., blood cells) of the individual in which it is formed and also those of other individuals of the same species.
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au·to·i·sol·y·sin

(aw'tō-ī-sol'i-sin),
An antibody that in the presence of complement causes lysis of cells in the person in whose body the lysin is formed, as well as in others of the same species.
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au·to·i·sol·y·sin

(aw'tō-ī-sol'i-sin)
An antibody that in the presence of complement causes lysis of cells in the person in whose body the lysin is formed, as well as in others of the same species.
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012