hemohistioblast

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he·mo·his·ti·o·blast

(hē'mō-his'tē-ō-blast'),
A primordial mesenchymal cell believed to be capable of developing into all types of blood cells, including monocytes, and into histiocytes.
[hemo- + G. histion, web, + blastos, germ]

he·mo·his·ti·o·blast

(hē'mō-his'tē-ō-blast)
A primordial type of mesenchymal cell believed to be capable of developing into all types of blood cells, including monocytes, and into histiocytes.
Synonym(s): Ferrata cell, haemohistioblast.
[hemo- + G. histion, web, + blastos, germ]

Ferrata,

Adolfo, Italian physician, 1880-1946.
Ferrata cell - primitive cell believed to be capable of developing into all types of blood cells. Synonym(s): hemohistioblast

hemohistioblast

the hypothetical stem cell from which all blood cells are derived.