from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • See hæma-.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • An element in many compounds, chiefly scientific, meaning ‘blood.’


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  • Perhaps due to limited effects on microtubule dynamics, noscapinoids do not perturb the transport functions of microtubules in a variety of cell types such as post-mitotic neurons and have no apparent histo -, hemato -, immuno - or neuronal toxicity

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  • Bruni-Sarkozy was referring to a visit she paid to the children's ward of the hemato-oncology department at the Hadassah hospital last June, when she was in Jerusalem as part of her husband's state visit.


  • Papajík, chief surgeon at the hemato-oncology department at the Olomouc teaching hospital, which participates in clinical testing of Holý's anti-cancer drug.

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