opsonocytophagic

opsonocytophagic

 [op″sŏ-no-si″to-faj´ik]
denoting the phagocytic activity of blood in the presence of serum opsonins and homologous leukocytes.
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op·so·no·cy·to·pha·gic

(op'sŏ-nō-sī'tō-fā'jik),
Pertaining to the increased efficiency of phagocytic activity of the leukocytes in blood that contains specific opsonin.
[opsonin + G. kytos, a hollow (cell), + phagō, to eat]
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op·so·no·cy·to·pha·gic

(op'sŏ-nō-sī'tō-fā'jik)
Pertaining to the increased efficiency of phagocytic activity of the leukocytes in blood that contains a specific opsonin.
[opsonin + G. kytos, a hollow (cell), + phagō, to eat]
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