splenocyte


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splenocyte

 [sple´no-sīt]
the monocyte characteristic of splenic tissue.

splenocyte

/sple·no·cyte/ (sple´no-sīt) the monocyte characteristic of splenic tissue.

splenocyte

(splē′nō-sīt″) [″ + ″]
A monocyte found in the spleen or in splenic tissue.

splenocyte

the monocyte characteristic of splenic tissue.
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