[in-kloo-zhuh-ner-ee] /ɪnˈklu ʒəˌnɛr i/
(of zoning, housing programs, etc.) stipulating that a certain percentage of new housing will be priced within the reach of middle-income buyers or renters.
noun, Pathology. 1. a particle that takes a characteristic stain, found in a virus-infected cell. noun 1. (pathol) any of the small particles found in the nucleus and cytoplasm of cells infected with certain viruses inclusion body n. An abnormal structure in a cell nucleus or cytoplasm having characteristic staining properties and associated especially with […]
- Inclusion body disease
inclusion body disease n. See cytomegalic inclusion disease.
- Inclusion body encephalitis
inclusion body encephalitis n. A usually fatal disease that appears to result from persistent measles virus infection, causing inflammation in both the white and gray matter and characterized by the presence of nuclear inclusion bodies.
- Inclusion cell
inclusion cell n. A cultured skin fibroblast containing membrane-bound inclusions. Also called I cell.