Recent Examples of lymphocyte from the Web
Theranos was out of range more often for lymphocytes, which are types of white blood cells; for a measure of hemoglobin; and for certain types of cholesterol.
The research involves cancer-fighting immune cells called tumor-infiltrating lymphocytes, or TILs.
For the treatment, researchers take blood from a person with diabetes and separate out the immune system cells (lymphocytes).
Patients are given Kymria, a customized treatment created using an individual patient’s own lymphocytes, or T-cells.
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Origin and Etymology of lymphocyte
First Known Use: 1890See Words from the same year
LYMPHOCYTE Defined for Kids
medical Definition of lymphocyte
lymphocyticplay \ˌlim(p)-fə-ˈsit-ik\ adjective
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