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A hemoglobin-depleted erythrocyte that has also lost most, if not all, of its internal proteins.
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Physiology A red blood cell having no hemoglobin.
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Haematology Ghost cell The pale membrane of an haemoglobin-depleted red cell, which is virtually identical to all other cell membranes, and is thus used to study cell membrane structure and function
Medical journalism A person involved in research or in writing a paper who doesn’t receive proper credit or acknowledgement in any form
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