FNT. Definition

Medical Definition: FNT

A protein made by white blood cells in response to an antigen (substance that causes the immune system provides a specific immune response) or infection. TNF can also occur in the laboratory. You can boost the immune response of the patient and also may cause necrosis (cell death) in some types of tumor cells. TNF is studied in the treatment of some cancers. It is a type of cytokine. Also called tumor necrosis factor.

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