Wednesday, February 2, 2011


Basophil cellBasophiles CellIllustration ? A.d.a.m. definition: a type of white blood cells (leukocyte). These cells help fight infections with the release of histamine and other chemicals that help to dilate blood vessels, when you activate the immune response. Are part of the subset of white blood cells: neutrophils, called granulocytes, eosinophils and basophils.alternate spellings: basophile common misspellings: basofil, basefilBasophils help fight bacterial infections. The prills into a basophiles will easily color (stain) from synthetic dyes from aniline (Basic). In this image, basophiles granules are stained blue. If (zSbL

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