Amphophil



amphophil

amphophil am·pho·phil (ām’fə-fĭl) or am·pho·phile (-fīl’)
adj.
Having an affinity for both acid and basic dyes. n.
A cell that stains readily with either acid or basic dyes. Also called amphocyte.

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