Turk cell | definition of Turk cell by Medical dictionary
Türk cell (tērk),
a relatively large, immature cell with certain morphologic features resembling those of a plasma cell, although the nuclear pattern is similar to that of a myeloblast; found in circulating blood only in pathologic conditions.
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Türk, Wilhelm, Austrian hematologist, 1871-1916.
- a relatively large immature cell found in circulating blood only in pathologic conditions. Synonym(s): irritation cell
; Türk leukocyte
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A delegation of Turkish mobile phone operator Turk Cell also visited the country last week to study its business case regarding the spectrum auction.
Islamabad -- The delegation of Turkish Company Turk Cell visited Ministry of IT and met the Minister of State for IT and Telecom Anusha Rehman.
The representatives of Turk Cell showed keen interest in the forthcoming spectrum auction for next generation mobile services in Pakistan.