cytophilic

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adjective cy·to·phil·ic \ˌsī-tə-ˈfi-lik\

Definition of cytophilic

  1. :  having an affinity for cells

Circa 1909

First Known Use of cytophilic

circa 1909


Medical Dictionary

cytophilic

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adjective cy·to·phil·ic \ˌsīt-ə-ˈfil-ik\

Medical Definition of cytophilic

  1. :  having an affinity for cells <It should be noted also that in the cell transfer experiment reported above, cytophilic IgE was detected on macrophages, eosinophils, and platelets …—André Capron, et al., Science, 20 Nov. 1987>


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