perichrome

per·i·chrome

(per'i-krōm),
Denoting a nerve cell in which the chromophil substance, or stainable material, is scattered throughout the cytoplasm.
[peri- + G. chrōma, a color]
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perichrome

An obsolete adjective referring to a neurone with a rim of perinuclear Nissl bodies.
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per·i·chrome

(per'i-krōm)
Denoting a nerve cell in which the chromophil substance, or stainable material, is scattered throughout the cytoplasm.
[peri- + G. chrōma, a color]
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