thymin

thymopoietin

 [thi″mo-poi´ĕ-tin]
a polypeptide hormone secreted by the thymus; it induces the proliferation of lymphocyte precursors and their differentiation into T-lymphocytes.

thy·mo·poi·et·in

(thī'mō-poy-ē'tin), [MIM*188380]
Formerly called thymin; a polypeptide hormone that induces differentiation of lymphocytes to thymocytes.
See also: thymic lymphopoietic factor.

thymin

/thy·min/ (thi´min) thymopoietin.

thymin

(1) Thymic lymphopoietic factor, which is either:
• Thymopoietin, see there;
• Thymosins; see beta thymosins.
(2) A common misspelling of:
• Thymine (see there), a pyrimidine base used in DNA;
• Thiamine (see there), i.e., vitamin B1.

thymin

former name for thymopoietin.
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