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interleukin–2

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noun \-ˈtü\

Medical Definition of interleukin–2

  1. :  an interleukin produced by antigen-stimulated helper T cells in the presence of interleukin-1 that induces proliferation of immune cells (as T cells and B cells) and has been used experimentally especially in treating certain cancers—abbreviation IL-2


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