Immune cytolysis

Definition

noun

(1) Cell lysis caused by a lesion produced by the complement proteins on the antibody-coated cell membrane of target cell.

(2) The destruction or lysis of cell with the release of perforins by natural killer cells.


Supplement

See also: lysis, immune hemolysis, complement.

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