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thrombocyte:

see blood clottingblood clotting,
process by which the blood coagulates to form solid masses, or clots. In minor injuries, small oval bodies called platelets, or thrombocytes, tend to collect and form plugs in blood vessel openings.
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thrombocyte

[′thräm·bə‚sīt]
(histology)
One of the minute protoplasmic disks found in vertebrate blood; thought to be fragments of megakaryocytes. Also known as blood platelet; platelet.
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In addition, thrombocytic granule factors, including vasoactive peptides, factors for initiating and maintaining the clotting cascade, and growth factors for subsequent wound healing, are released by exocytosis.
Thrombocytic count: -Results in table-5 indicated that overall mean of thrombocytes recoded was 4.300.42 m/mm3.
Thus, the most expressed differences of the response to the plasma and thrombocytic elements of coagulation to the physical load are in spring for the persons of the opposite types of response.
reported that NPM1 mutations were particularly associated with higher platelet count (21), as was similarly observed by Thiede et al., who suggested that blasts with NPM1 mutation might retain a certain capacity for thrombocytic differentiation as demonstrated by in vitro experiments (22).
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These changes generally related to thrombocytic link and some parameters of plasma haemostasis section occur as early as out of pregnancy and do not undergo significant changes after the occurrence of pregnancy.
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