sequestrant

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(sĕ-kwes′trănt)

[L. sequestrare, to deposit with a trustee]

1. An agent that promotes or causes sequestration.
2. An agent that binds to or adsorbs another, esp. a medication that removes a substance from the body.

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(sĕ-kwes′trănt)

[L. sequestrare, to deposit with a trustee]

1. An agent that promotes or causes sequestration.
2. An agent that binds to or adsorbs another, esp. a medication that removes a substance from the body.

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