basophil

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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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In conclusion, our finding showed that the progressive aerobic exercise caused significant increase inlocosyte, lymphosyt, monocyte, notrophile, basophile and eosonophile in athletes but showed no significant alteration in HS-CRP.
amp; Izco 1977 which corresponds to a basophile community linked to calcareous or clayey carbonate-rich soils (Rivas-Martinez & Izco, 1977).
And no significant differences between the two ranking measurements between pre and posttests in platelets, Lymphocytes, Neutrophils, Basophiles, IgE and IgG
Summary of hypersensitivity reactions and their properties Type of Properties Mediators reaction Allergic Free antigens activate IgE on (type I) basophiles, resulting in release IgE antibodies of vasoactive products.
The combination of an allergen with specific IgE fixated to tissue mast cells or to circulating basophiles provokes the releasing of histamine, serotonin and kinins, minutes after ingestion, or even hours after contact (ISHIZAKA & ISHIZAKA, 1967; GASCHEN & MERCHANT, 2011).