promonocyte


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promonocyte

 [pro-mon´o-sīt]
a cell of the monocytic series intermediate between the monoblast and monocyte, with coarse chromatin structure and one or two nucleoli.

pre·mon·o·cyte

(prē-mon'ō-sīt),
An immature monocyte not normally seen in the circulating blood.
Synonym(s): promonocyte

promonocyte

/pro·mono·cyte/ (pro-mon´ah-sīt) a cell of the monocytic series intermediate between the monoblast and monocyte, with coarse chromatin structure and one or two nucleoli.

pre·mon·o·cyte

(prē-mon'ō-sīt)
An immature monocyte normally not seen in the circulating blood.
Synonym(s): promonocyte.

promonocyte

a cell of the monocytic series intermediate between the monoblast and monocyte, with coarse chromatin structure and one or two nucleoli.
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