beta-hemolytic

beta-hemolytic
be·ta-he·mo·lyt·ic or chiefly Brit be·ta-hae·mo·lyt·ic .bāt-ə-.hē-mə-'lit-ik, chiefly Brit .bē-tə- adj capable of causing beta hemolysis <\beta-hemolytic streptococci>

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