pigmentolysin

pig·men·tol·y·sin

(pig'men-tol'i-sin),
An antibody causing destruction of pigment.
[L. pigmentum, pigment, + G. lysis, a loosening]
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pigmentolysin

An obsolete, nonspecific term of uncertain clinical utility for a ormat—antibody, enzyme—that breaks down pigment(s).
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pig·men·tol·y·sin

(pig-men'tō-lī'sin)
An antibody causing destruction of pigment.
[L. pigmentum, pigment, + G. lysis, a loosening]
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