ciclosporin

cyclosporin

/ (ˌsaɪkləʊˈspɔːrɪn) /

noun

a drug extracted from a fungus and used after organ transplantation to suppress the body's immune mechanisms, and so prevent rejection of an organ

Nearby words

  1. ciceronianism,
  2. cichlid,
  3. cicisbeism,
  4. cicisbeo,
  5. ciclopirox olamine,
  6. cid,
  7. cid, el,
  8. cider,
  9. cider press,
  10. cider vinegar

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