idioisolysin

id·i·o·i·sol·y·sin

(id'ē-ō-ī-sol'i-sin),
An idiolysin occurring in the blood of an animal of a certain species, capable of combining with the red blood cells from animals of the same species, thereby causing hemolysis when complement is present.
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id·i·o·i·sol·y·sin

(id'ē-ō-ī-sol'i-sin)
An idiolysin occurring in the blood of an animal of one species, capable of hemolyzing red blood cells from animals of the same species.
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idioisolysin

(ĭd″ē-ō-ī-sŏl′ĭ-sĭn) [″ + isos, equal, + lysis, dissolution]
A hemolysin active against the cells of an individual of the same species.
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