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Related to lytic: Lytic infection, Lytic cycle

lytic

 [lit´ik]
pertaining to lysis or a lysin.

lyt·ic

(lit'ik),
Pertaining to lysis; used colloquially as an abbreviation for osteolytic.

lytic

(lĭt′ĭk)
adj.
1. Of, relating to, or causing lysis: a lytic enzyme.
2. Of or relating to a lysin.

-lytic

suffix Referring to lysis; characterized by lysis

lyt·ic

(lit'ik)
Pertaining to lysis; used colloquially as an abbreviation for osteolytic.

lyt·ic

(lit'ik)
Pertaining to lysis; used colloquially as an abbreviation for osteolytic.
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Lytic enzymes production: Production of lytic enzymes; catalase, protease and amylase production by bacterial isolates were assayed.
Computed tomography (CT) of the left elbow revealed effusion in the joint space, lytic areas destroying the cortex in the humerus epiphysis, proximal and metaphyseal sections of the ulna and radius, and fluid collection extending to the soft tissue (Figure 2).
However, the diagnostic utility of performing lytic blood cultures in an intermediate TB (20-50 cases/1 000 000, according to the Global Tb report 2017) (4) and low HIV burden as Mexico (HIV prevalence in Mexico as of 2016, according to the Global Health Observatory Data Repository: 0.3%) (5) is unknown, as blood cultures are rarely requested.
"The depletion of lactococcus due to high numbers of strictly lytic phages in PD patients might be associated with PD development and directly linked to dopamine decrease as well as the development of gastrointestinal symptoms of PD," said Tetz.
Lytic lesions were observed in all bone structures in thorax CT.
Computed tomography (CT) of the head showed extensive facial, skull base, and calvarial lytic lesions with bony destruction and soft-tissue masses consistent with LCH.
Table 1 summarizes the probable pathogenic roles of numerous EBV proteins in NPC including both latent and lytic proteins.
Commonly lytic bone metastases arise from lung cancer, and sometimes mixed sclerotic and lytic metastases can be seen.
X-ray of the maxilla and mandible showed diffused decreasing bone density and multiple lytic lesion, which suggest metabolic bone disease or renal osteodystrophy or hyperparathyroidism (Figure 6).
Plain radiographs of the left ankle showed a 3-centimeter oval lytic lesion in the anterior aspect of the calcaneum (Figure 1).
[13] reported the case of a 59-year-old woman with sarcoidosis of the humerus that appeared as lytic lesions on radiographs.