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Granulocytes

White blood cells.

granulocytes (granˑ·y·lō·sāts),

n.pl white blood cells with granules of cytoplasm.
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Based on the criteria of cell size, granule density, and cytoplasmic pH, granulocytes are further subclassified as small or large granulocytes (Hegaret et al.
Results for the WBC histograms after isolation showed a large broad peak in the granulocyte regions resulting in high levels of purity, while smaller less broad peaks contained a lower percentage of granulocytes and resulted in lower levels of purity.
The FDA has given approval for a study where researchers will give these granulocytes from cancer-resistant people to cancer patients.
Phagocytosis of antibody-coated platelets by human granulocytes.
LG7455 promotes the differentiation of human bone marrow cells into granulocytes, significantly increasing expression of the granulocyte-specific marker CD15
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CD 15 can alternatively be used for gating on mature granulocytes (Figure 2).
Based on kinetic study results, which showed that the maximum green fluorescence intensity of monocytes and granulocytes incubated with EGFP-E.
KEY WORDS: Crassostrea ariakensis, hemocytes, granulocytes, hyalinocytes, phagocytosis, separation
1,10-16] The goals of the current study, therefore, were to examine the maturation of the granulocytic cell lineage in bone marrow from patients with MDS using FCM focusing on CD10 as a marker of mature granulocytes and to evaluate whether this information could be useful in the assessment of patients with suspected MDS.
In AML, which hits 6,400 people in the United States each year, blast cells -- produced in the bone marrow -- don't mature as they should into granulocytes, a type of infection-fighting white blood cell.
The data were presented today at the 51st Annual Meeting of the American Society of Hematology in New Orleans in a poster session titled, "Identification and Clinical Significance of Type II Granulocytes Among Patients with Paroxysmal Nocturnal Hemoglobinuria (PNH) Identified Using Multiparameter High-Sensitivity Flow Cytometry.

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