aposome

ap·o·some

(ap'ō-sōm),
A cytoplasmic inclusion produced by a cell itself.
[G. apo, from, + sōma, body]

aposome

An obsolete, nonspecific term for any structure (e.g., Golgi complex, mitochondria) formed within the cell.
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Cohen, "Caspase activation involves the formation of the aposome, a large (~ 700 kDa) caspase-activating complex," The Journal of Biological Chemistry, vol.
Erythrocyte life span, osmotic resistance, ability to change size, shape, stainability and occurrence of intraerythrocyte aposomes are used to evaluate the effects of activity of reactive oxygen species to erythrocytes [65,66].