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Basophile

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1. basophil, basophile

a leukocyte with basophilic granules easily stained by basic stains

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Basophile

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adjective also: basophilic (ˌbeɪsəˈfɪlɪk )
1. 
(of cells or cell contents) easily stained by basic dyes
noun
2. 
a basophil cell, esp a leucocyte

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Basophile

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noun
a cell, substance, or tissue easily stained by basic dyes, as the beta cells in the anterior pituitary or certain white blood cells
: also ˈbasoˌphile (ˈbæsəˌfaɪl ; basˈəfīlˌ; ˈbæsəˌfɪl ; basˈəfilˌ)

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Basophile

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n.
A white blood cell that when activated releases histamine and other substances that are involved in allergic reactions. Basophils are found chiefly in the blood and sites of inflammation and have cytoplasmic granules that are stained with basic dyes.
adj.
Basophilic.

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