erythrophil

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erythrophil

 [ĕ-rith´ro-fil]
1. a cell or other element that stains easily with red.

e·ryth·ro·phil

(ĕ-rith'rō-fil),
1. Staining readily with red dyes. Synonym(s): erythrophilic
2. A cell or tissue element that stains red.
[erythro- + G. philos, fond]

erythrophil

/eryth·ro·phil/ (ĕ-rith´ro-fil)
1. a cell or other element that stains easily with red.
2. easily stained with red.erythroph´ilous

erythrophil

Obsolete
adjective Having an affinity for the colour red; e.g., erythrophilic;
 
noun A cell with a staining affinity for red dyes.

e·ryth·ro·phil

(ĕ-rith'rō-fil)
1. Staining readily with red dyes.
Synonym(s): erythrophilic.
2. A cell or tissue element that stains red.
[erythro- + G. philos, fond]

erythrophil

1. a cell or other element that stains easily with red.
2. erythrophilous.
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Parvovirus B19 is, predominantly, an erythrophilic virus with a potent inhibitor effect on erythropoiesis, due to its tropism for the dividing erythrocyte precursors.
Little is known about their pathogenic effects in compound heterozygotes; in them, the combination of two substitutions could enhance abnormal consequences of one mutation upon the other, either in the cis or trans configurations in terms of susceptibility to erythrophilic (and other) viral infections.