Biology. a basophilic cell, tissue, organism, or substance.
Anatomy. a white blood cell having a two-lobed nucleus and basophilic granules in its cytoplasm.
Very constant also is a marked absolute, and often a relative, increase of eosinophiles and basophiles.
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(of cells or cell contents) easily stained by basic dyes
a basophil cell, esp a leucocyte
basophil ba·so·phil (bā’sə-fĭl, -zə-) or ba·so·phile (-fīl’)
A cell, especially a white blood cell, having granules that stain readily with basic dyes.
an abnormal increase in the number of basophils in the blood, occurring in some types of leukemia, severe anemia, and other disorders. noun an abnormal increase of basophil leucocytes in the blood the affinity of a biological specimen for basic dyes basophilia ba·so·phil·i·a (bā’sə-fĭl’ē-ə, -zə-) n. The affinity of cellular structures for basic dyes, such […]
- Basophilic leukopenia
basophilic leukopenia basophilic leukopenia n. A condition characterized by a decrease in the number of basophilic granulocytes normally present in the blood.
having an affinity for basic stains. Historical Examples The basophilic variety is less common, and is confined to long-standing severe myelogenous leukemia. A Manual of Clinical Diagnosis James Campbell Todd Myelocytes are named according to the character of their granules—neutrophilic, eosinophilic, and basophilic myelocytes. A Manual of Clinical Diagnosis James Campbell Todd Nuclei, basophilic granules, […]
basophilism basophilism ba·soph·i·lism (bā-sŏf’ə-lĭz’əm, -zŏf’-) n. See basophilia.