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he•mol•y•sin



Pronunciation: (hi-mol'i-sin, hē"mu-lī'-, hem"u-), [key]
n. Immunol.
a substance, as an antibody, that in cooperation with complement causes dissolution of red blood cells.

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hemolymphhemolysis
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