immunostimulatory

immunostimulatory
im·mu·no·stim·u·la·to·ry -'stim-yə-lə-.tōr-ē, -.tȯr- adj of, relating to, or having the capacity to stimulate an immune response <the potent \immunostimulatory cytokine interleukin-2> <\immunostimulatory effects>

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