Kurloff bodies

Kurloff bodies

A basophilic intracytoplasmic structure of uncertain nature found in the lymphocytes of guinea pigs infected with Leucocytozoon cobayae.

Kurloff,

Mikhail G., Russian physician, 1859-1932.
Kurloff bodies - palely basophilic, granular inclusions sometimes observed in the cytoplasm of the large mononuclear leukocytes of guinea pigs and certain other animals.

Kurloff bodies

structures seen in the large mononuclear leukocytes of guinea pigs and related rodents. Their origin is uncertain.
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