hemolyze

[hee-muh-lahyz, hem-uh-]
verb (used with object), hemolyzed, hemolyzing.
1.
to subject (red blood cells) to hemolysis.
verb (used without object), hemolyzed, hemolyzing.
2.
to undergo hemolysis.

Origin:
1900–05; hemo- + -lyze

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hemolyze he·mo·lyze (hē'mə-līz')
v. he·mo·lyzed, he·mo·lyz·ing, he·mo·lyz·es
To undergo or cause to undergo hemolysis.

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Example sentences
Red blood cells in the collected blood can hemolyze and make the specimen unusable.
Intact erythrocytes which hemolyze on the test paper will produce a green dot.
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