chemosensitizer che·mo·sen·si·tiz·er (kē’mō-sěn’sĭ-tī’zər, kěm’ō-)
Any of several compounds that inhibit the functioning of a particular cellular glycoprotein and make cells, especially tumor cells, sensitive to chemotherapeutic agents.


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