lepromin

An extract of tissue infected with Mycobacterium leprae used in skin tests to classify the stage of leprosy. ... See: lepromin reaction, test. ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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lepromin

(lepĀ“ro-min) a repeatedly boiled, autoclaved, gauze-filtered suspension of finely ground lepromatous tissue and leprosy bacilli, used in the skin test for tissue resistance to leprosy.
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lepromin

lepromin, leprolin 1. An extract of human leprous tissue used in a skin test for leprosy infection. 2. An extract of tissue infected with Mycobacterium leprae used in skin tests to classify the stage of leprosy.
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lepromin

Type: Term Pronunciation: lep′rō-min Definitions: 1. An extract of tissue infected with Mycobacterium leprae used in skin tests to classify the stage of leprosy.
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