Azurophil



azurophil

azurophil a·zu·ro·phil (ā-zhur’ə-fĭl’, āzh’ə-rō-fĭl’) or a·zu·ro·phile (-fīl’, -fĭl’)
adj.
Staining readily with an azure dye. Used especially in reference to certain cytoplasmic granules in white blood cells.

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