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noun ab·cix·i·mab \ˌab-ˈsik-si-mab, -sē-\

Definition of ABCIXIMAB

:  a powerful anticlotting drug that inhibits platelet aggregation by binding to a glycoprotein receptor on human platelets and that consists of the Fab fragment from a chimeric monoclonal antibody prepared from humans and mice—see reopro
March 27, 2015
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Tranquilly at rest or causing no trouble
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