lymphokine-activated killer cell

(LIM-foh-kine-AK-tih-vay-ted KIH-ler sel)

A white blood cell that is stimulated in a laboratory to kill tumor cells. Also called LAK cell.

Pronunciation of dictionary term "lymphokine-activated killer cell"

Pronunciation of dictionary term "linfocito agresor activado con linfocina"

Glóbulo blanco al que se estimula en el laboratorio para que destruya células tumorales. También se llama célula LAK.