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lyses

(lī′sēz)
n.
Plural of lysis.
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Recognized as a technology leader in advanced service and device management, Axiros was selected by Lyse as a consequence of cooperation within the telecom value chain.
Shigella is also an invasive pathogen but lyses the phagocytic vacuole and initiates intracellular actin-based locomotion to spread from cell to cell in the cytoplasm.
Methanol lyses the cells, solubilizes the cyclosporine, and precipitates most of the blood proteins.
Lyse Hebert (York University) is a Latin American translational theorist who has been appointed as our French-language editor.