Medical Definition of Specific haemolysin

1. A sensitizing, complement-fixing, haemolytic antibody that reacts totally or completely with red blood cells of the antigenic type used to stimulate the formation of the haemolysin. (05 Mar 2000)



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Specific Haemolysin

specific cause
specific charge
specific cholinesterase
specific compliance
specific disease
specific dynamic action
specific energy
specific epithet
specific epithets
specific extinction
specific fuel consumption
specific fuel consumptions
specific granule
specific gravities
specific gravity
specific haemolysin (current term)
specific heat
specific heat capacities
specific heat capacity
specific humidity
specific immune globulin
specific immunity
specific impulse
specific ionisation
specific leaf area
specific leaf areas
specific name
specific names
specific optical dispersion
specific parasite

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