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As Entomology Today reports, the size of the blood cells are consistent with primates.
Any system or organ in the body can be affected -- the skin, lungs, blood cells, heart, joints, brain or kidneys -- so lupus looks different in everyone.
Poinar speculates that the blood cells come from a monkey species.
Side effects reported in the trial included fever, anemia and low white-blood cell counts, which can increase vulnerability to infection.
Similarly, widely publicised claims of dinosaur blood in fossil bones were shown to likely represent an artefact of degraded organic matter rather than actual blood cells.
Inflammation caused by lupus can affect many different body systems — including your joints, skin, kidneys, blood cells, brain, heart and lungs.
To chase the blood cell lead, Horner suggested that Schweitzer pursue her doctorate with him.
For the Prep science fair, Liu developed an inexpensive, portable blood analyzer that could identify and count blood cells.
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BLOOD CELL Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of blood cell for English Language Learners
: a cell that is normally present in blood
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