lymphocyte mitogenic factor

(LMF), lymphocyte-transforming factor (LTF) a nondialyzable heat-stable macromolecule, mol. wt. approximately 20,000–30,000, released by lymphocytes stimulated by specific antigen, that causes nonstimulated lymphocytes to undergo blast transformation and cell division.

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