granulocyte

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a leukocyte that has granules in its cytoplasm

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Another subpopulation expressing high level of CLEC12A and intermediate level of CD64 could differentiate only into granulocytes and monocytes, while the remaining subgroups lacking CD64 expression could generate dendritic cells.
Keywords: Granulocyte colony-stimulating factor, neuroprotection, studies, cerebral palsy
Hyalinocytes, semi-granulocytes, and granulocytes were sorted with the flow cytometry (FCM), and collected.
Here we describe a novel approach for measuring cystine in granulocytes from whole blood without requiring gradient centrifugation and fractionation, using a straightforward and reproducible kit that uses a tetrameric antibody complex to positively select granulocytes, which can be purified by magnetic nanoparticles.
Granulocytes play an important role in the immune system.
Granulocytes and plasmocytes are the most wide-spread types of cells.
Researchers concluded that Bi-07 consumption improved innate phagocytic activity of monocytes and granulocytes in healthy elderly.
GM-CSF stimulates stem cells to produce granulocytes (neutrophils, eosinophils, and basophils) and monocytes.
Parameters include immature granulocytes with every differential.
The greatest changes were seen in the white blood cells known as granulocytes, which showed a loss of day-night rhythmicity, along with increased numbers, particularly at night.
It works by blocking the signal of the tyrosine kinase that promotes the development of abnormal and unhealthy granulocytes.
They found that granulocytes drastically increased numbers in these men.
Granulocytes are a type of immune cell that up until recently have not been considered particularly effective in killing cancer cells.
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