lymphotoxin

Cytotoxic product of T-cells: the term is usually restricted to tumour necrosis factor b which is also known as lymphotoxin.

lymphotoxin

<growth factor> Cytotoxic product of T-cells. ... Synonym: tumour necrosis factor alpha. ... (18 Nov 1997) ...
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lymphotoxin

(lim┬┤fo-tok″sin) a lymphokine that is one of the tumor necrosis factors, produced by activated T lymphocytes. It inhibits the growth of tumors by causing lysis or stasis of sensitive cells, and also blocks transformation of cells. Called also tumor necrosis factor β.
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lymphotoxin

lymphotoxin A glycoprotein that is released by antigen-stimulated or mitogen-stimulated T cells and is toxic to various other cells.
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lymphotoxin

Type: Term Pronunciation: lim′fō-tok′sin Definitions: 1. A lymphokine from T lymphocytes that lyses or damages many cell types.
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Lymphotoxin

Lymphotoxin (previously known as tumor necrosis factor-beta) is a lymphokine cytokine. It is a protein that is produced by Th1 type T-cells and induces vascular endothelial cells to change their surface adhesion molecules to allow phagocytic cells to bind to them. It is also known to be required for normal development of Peyer`s patches. Lymphoto....
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