One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
Any of various preparations containing killed Mycobacterium leprae (the causative agent of leprosy), used in skin testing originally for the diagnosis and later for the classification of cases of leprosy.
1920s; earliest use found in Public Health Report. From German Lepromin from Leprom + -in.
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