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antilymphocyte globulin

Antibodies that attach to and destroy lymphocytes. This may be used clinically by injection into a vein, for example, in aplastic anaemia or in other conditions where the body’s immune system is being harmful. (See also auto-immune diseases.)

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Last updated on April 17th, 2023

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