staphylolysin

staphylolysin

 [staf″ĭ-lol´ĭ-sin]
a substance produced by staphylococci that causes hemolysis.
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staph·y·lol·y·sin

(staf'i-lol'i-sin),
1. A hemolysin elaborated by a staphylococcus.
2. An antibody causing lysis of staphylococci.
Synonym(s): staphylococcolysin
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staph·y·lol·y·sin

(staf'i-lol'i-sin)
1. A hemolysin elaborated by a staphylococcus.
2. An antibody causing lysis of staphylococci.
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