opsinogen

op·sin·o·gen

(op-sin'ō-jen),
A substance that stimulates the formation of opsonin, such as the antigen contained in a suspension of bacteria used for immunization.
Synonym(s): opsogen
[opsonin + -gen]
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op·sin·o·gen

(op-sin'ŏ-jen)
A substance that stimulates the formation of opsonin, such as the antigen contained in a suspension of bacteria used for immunization.
Synonym(s): opsogen.
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012

opsinogen

(ŏp-sĭn′ō-jĕn)
An antigen that causes the production of opsonins.
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