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basophil

[′bās·ə‚fil]
(histology)
A white blood cell with granules that stain with basic dyes and are water-soluble.
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Our study results show significant differences in MCHC values, WBC counts, and monocyte, and basophil values between the groups (<400 g and >400 g).
Six birds from each treatment were also selected at 21 days of age to evaluate the immune response by a cutaneous basophil hypersensitivity (CBH) test using phytohemagglutinin PHA-M (Invitrogen) (Corrier and Deloach, 1990).
French researchers, Sainte-Laudy and Belon, have a long history of publication in this area, and this work adds more to our knowledge of the effects of homoeopathically potentised histamine on basophils, and its capacity to inhibit basophil activation.
Compared to the control group, patients with NCWSS and multiple food sensitivity revealed significantly higher incidence of food allergy in the paediatric age group, and in the groups with coexistent atopic diseases, positive serum IgG anti-gliadin antibodies (AGAs) and IgG anti-betalactoglobulin antibodies, in vitro basophil activation, and eosinophil presence in the colon mucosa biopsies.
Errors in basophil enumeration with 3 veterinary hematology systems and observations on occurrence of basophils in dogs.
However, the common scenario for severe allergic reactions are those mediated by the antibody IgE in conjunction with mast cells and basophils, following activation of both the innate and adaptive immune systems.
Autolog serum test, basophil histamine release test, ELISA, Western blot test, if autoimmune chronic urticaria is considered.
Neutrophil, lymphocyte and eosinophil values can be expected to correlate well with results obtained from the analyser differential using the Sysmex XE-2100, however monocyte, basophil and immature granulocyte numbers can be expected to correlate less well.
200/[micro]l, neutrophi1 64 per cent, lymphocyte 30 per cent, basophil 5 per cent, monocyte 1 per cent.
New analytes to this edition includes adiponectin, basophil count, bicarbonate, brain natriuretic peptide, and leptin.