Cytolysin meaning

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A substance, such as an antibody, capable of dissolving or destroying cells.
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A substance or antibody that produces cytolysis.
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A substance, such as an antibody, capable of dissolving or destroying cells.
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(biology) Any substance (especially an antibody) capable of breaking down the structure of a cell.
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Origin of cytolysin

cytolys(is) –in