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cy·to·lyt·ic

(sī'tō-lit'ik),
Pertaining to cytolysis; possessing a solvent or destructive action on cells.

cy·to·lyt·ic

(sī'tō-lit'ik)
Pertaining to cytolysis; possessing a solvent or destructive action on cells.

cytolytic

pertaining to or emanating from cytolysis.

cytolytic reactivity
type II hypersensitivity.
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Cytolytic vaginitis is characterized by overgrowth of lactobacilli and cytolysis of squamous cells, including presence of cytoplasmic fragments and intact cells with naked nuclei.
Taketo, Cytolytic Effect of Streptolysin S Complex on Ehrlich Ascites Tumor Cells, J.
Roy et ah [26] suggests the use of distilled water for peritoneal lavage after surgery as it has a cytolytic activity on the tumor cells and hence prevent peritoneal spillage.
T [up arrow] IFN[gamma] helper 1 (Th1) [right arrow] activates macrophages and cytolytic T-cells [CD4.
We found that, in the extracellular matrix, this protein orchestrates a striking cellular antiviral response that reduces viral replication and limits its cytolytic efficacy," explained researcher and principal investigator Balveen Kaur, associate professor of Neurological Surgery at the OSUCCC - James.
Latarcins, Antimicrobial and cytolytic peptides from the venom of the spider Lachesana tarabaevi (Zodariidae), exemplify biomolecular diversity.
A cytolytic virus was isolated by using MDCK cells (8) and was designated as A/feline/IA/NVSL026991/2009.
Recombinant NDV expressing immunomodulatory molecules, especially IL-2 (rNDV/IL2) had been shown to possesses a strong cytolytic activity against various human cell lines including human breast carcinoma cell line MCF-7, the human colonadenocarcinoma cell line HT29, and human Jurkat cell line (68).
mansoni) and cytolytic secretions, resulting in expulsion of the egg into urine or faeces.