lymphoblast


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lymphoblast

[′lim·fə‚blast]
(histology)
Precursor of a lymphocyte.
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The activities measured in the lymphoblast lines of six controls were comparable to the activities in the same cell type presented earlier using a radiometric method (4).
Furthermore, in real daily pathological routine, pathologists might be interested to a specific subgroup of the target objects for instance malignant cells or lymphoblasts in the case.
A linearity study showed that the appearance of the GALE enzymatic product was linear with incubation time for up to 60 min and with amount of lymphoblast lysate for up to 15 [micro]g protein (data not shown).
Characterization of lymphoblast mitochondria from patients with Barth syndrome.
Our experiments focused on comparing the effects of haemanthamine and haemanthidine on leukemic T cell lymphoblasts in parallel with a well-established anticancer treatment modality, gamma radiation as a positive control.
A follow-up bone marrow specimen was received 5 weeks later, and flow cytometry revealed increased abnormal lymphoblasts at 4.
But again, our top finding for AHRR cg05575921 due to maternal smoking was also reported in adult smokers in two different cell types--alveolar lung macrophage DNA and lymphoblast DNA (Monick et al.
EBV-transformed lymphoblast cell lines are generally robust and are known to be extremely long lived in culture.
The first NIEHS study was designed to process and measure expression levels of nearly 650 genes in a lymphoblast cell line to determine differential response to oxidative stress.
Parent CCRF-CEM (human T lymphoblast leukaemia) and CEM/ADR5000 adriamycin resistant leukaemia cells came from Professor T.