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blood cell

[′bləd ‚sel]
(histology)
An erythrocyte or a leukocyte.
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Mansor "Red blood cells estimation using Hough transform technique" Signal and Image Processing: An International Journal (SIPIJ) vol.
In the first hand, we washed the skin which, we took from a leukemia patient, with protein and blood maker cells and with this way we produced blood cell. The source of the cells is the patient skin that means patient tissues will never refuse the newly-produced blood because the source is the patient," Bhatia noted.
The companya[euro](tm)s INTERCEPT red blood cell system, a pathogen inactivation product, is being developed to prevent the transmission of infectious diseases through red blood cell transfusions.
Blood Cell Morphology: Grading Guide is a reference guide for grading red blood cell abnormalities, white blood cell abnormalities, and platelet morphology.
The bones make about one-half cup of red blood cells every day.
Older adults who develop chronic leukemia sometimes produce so many abnormal white cells that other blood cells are damaged.
It produces and stores red blood cells, which carry oxygen through the body.
Blood caries oxygen, food, blood cells, and waste products through the body where needed.
"TNFa is released by activated inflammatory white blood cells (macrophages) and we have demonstrated that activation of the Fc receptor triggers this release.
The basic process is largely the task of white blood cells. Through continual adaptation, a dizzying number of our white blood cells learn to recognize a specific bacterium, virus, fungus, or even a normal cell that has become cancerous, by responding to unique proteins on the cell surfaces.
For the first time, scientists have transformed human embryonic stem cells into primitive blood cells that are capable of maturing into specialized blood-forming cells, an achievement that lays the foundation for new therapies using laboratory-made tissues and organs from embryonic cells.
The red blood cells are in charge of transporting oxygen to body tissues and so the oxygen carrying capacity of the blood is enhanced.