gamma hemolysis

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γ he·mol·y·sis

a term sometimes used to indicate that there is no hemolysis in relation to bacterial colonies in or on blood agar; thus, nonhemolytic organisms may be referred to as producing γ hemolysis.
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Both unwashed expired and fresh human blood produced gamma hemolysis due to the interferences still present in them.