Medical Dictionary

LFA–1

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noun \ˌel-(ˌ)ef-(ˌ)ā-ˈwən\

Medical Definition of LFA–1

  1. :  an integrin that is a heterodimeric protein on the surface of white blood cells and that functions in the adhesion of lymphocytes to other cells

Origin and Etymology of lfa–1

lymphocyte function-associated antigen-1


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