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lyse

verb \ˈlīs, ˈlīz\
lysedlys·ing

Definition of LYSE

transitive verb
:  to cause to undergo lysis
intransitive verb
:  to undergo lysis

Origin of LYSE

back-formation from New Latin lysis
First Known Use: 1924

lyse

verb \ˈlīs, ˈlīz\   (Medical Dictionary)
lysedlys·ing

Medical Definition of LYSE

transitive verb
:  to cause to undergo lysis :  produce lysis in <cells were lysed>
intransitive verb
:  to undergo lysis

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