Medical Dictionary

antifibrinolysin

noun an·ti·fi·bri·no·ly·sin \-ˌfī-brən-əl-ˈīs-ən\

Definition of ANTIFIBRINOLYSIN

:  an antibody that acts specifically against fibrinolysins of hemolytic streptococci and that is used chiefly in some diagnostic tests—called also antistreptokinase
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