- n. Plural form of lymphoblast.
“The findings, which were based on analysis of genetic information in lymphoblasts, or immature white blood cells, appear online March 6 in the American Journal of Medical Genetics.”
“In addition, I isolated a novel lymphotropic polyomavirus from African Green Monkey lymphoblasts.”
“In ALL, the bone marrow makes too many immature lymphocytes (called lymphoblasts) that do not mature correctly.”
“The lymphoblasts overproduce and crowd out normal blood-forming cells.”
“Which was all very well, except when your client was a bright truthful nine-year-old fighting a losing battle against a rising tide of lymphoblasts.”
“I thought of Rachel Ferns and Silverboy, and lymphoblasts.”
“In acute lymphoblastic leukemia, the excess white blood cells are called lymphocytes or lymphoblasts, according to the U.S. National Library of Medicine.”
“After studying two mouse models of Huntington's disease as well as lymphoblasts (white cells) from people with the disease, she and her team found that the mutated huntingtin protein was sabotaging the cell's garbage-collecting efforts.”
“The researchers studied four types of cells: two strains of bacteria (E. coli and B. subtilis), a strain of yeast and mammalian lymphoblasts (precursors to white blood cells).”
“Supplementary Figure 8b, c. (e) Immunoblots for LC3-II in UC and HD lymphoblasts treated or not treated with protease inhibitors.”
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