aposome

ap·o·some

(ap'ō-sōm),
A cytoplasmic inclusion produced by a cell itself.
[G. apo, from, + sōma, body]

aposome

An obsolete, nonspecific term for any structure (e.g., Golgi complex, mitochondria) formed within the cell.
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Erythrocyte life span, osmotic resistance, ability to change size, shape, stainability and occurrence of intraerythrocyte aposomes are used to evaluate the effects of activity of reactive oxygen species to erythrocytes [65,66].