tetanolysin


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tetanolysin

 [tet″ah-nol´ĭ-sin]
the hemolytic fraction of the exotoxin formed by Clostridium tetani, the causative organism of tetanus.

tet·a·nol·y·sin

(tet'ă-nol'i-sin),
A hemolytic principle, elaborated by Clostridium tetani, which seems to have no role in the etiology of tetanus.

tetanolysin

/tet·a·nol·y·sin/ (tet″ah-nol´ĭ-sin) the hemolytic fraction of the exotoxin formed by the tetanus bacillus (Clostridium tetani) .

tetanolysin

the hemolytic fraction of the exotoxin formed by Clostridium tetani, the causative organism of tetanus; not known to play role in pathogenesis.
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While two toxins, tetanospasmin and tetanolysin, are produced, tetanospasmin is responsible for manifestations of the disease.