Translation of leucocyte in Spanish:

leucocyte

Pronunciation: /ˈlukəˌsaɪt//ˈluːkə(ʊ)sʌɪt/

noun

British

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    • This shows an infiltration of polymorphonuclear leukocytes with foci of necrosis, thrombosis, and hemorrhage.
    • For all these cases, hepatocytes were more immunoreactive than endothelial cells and leukocytes.
    • At baseline, levels of circulating leucocytes and vascular cell adhesion molecules were elevated in the sickle cell mice.
    • The epithelium covering the tonsils is extensively infiltrated by lymphocytes, plasma cells, and polymorphonuclear leucocytes.
    • The myeloid lineage gives rise to the rest of the white blood cells or leukocytes, which all derive from the bone marrow in adults.
    • Reduction of leucocytes in red blood cell concentrates by filtration results in less alloimmunisation in patients receiving transfusions and transplants
    • White blood cells or leucocytes are complete cells because they contain a nucleus and other vital organelles.
    • In some areas, polymorphonuclear leukocytes and eosinophils were intermingled with the small lymphocytes.
    • Many of these are inflammatory cells, such as leukocytes and macrophages.
    • Ehrlich had made a clear distinction between acidophil and basophil leukocytes.
    • Some giant cells exhibited phagocytosis of mononuclear tumor cells and leukocytes such as lymphocytes and polymorphonuclear cells.
    • Mononuclear leukocytes consist of monocytes and lymphocytes.
    • It also stimulates the production and activity of polymorphonuclear leukocytes and promotes adhesion of immune cells to the endothelium.
    • The injured or ruptured cells attract neutrophil leukocytes and activate alveolar macrophages, causing inflammation in the lung.
    • White blood cells (also called leukocytes or WBCs) help the body fight infections.
    • Lymphocytes and granular leucocytes are also found in the stroma.
    • Finally, there were other techniques for separating red blood cells from leucocytes.
    • This was due to increases in both polymorphonuclear leukocytes and macrophages.
    • Immune cells or leukocytes circulate continuously from the blood, into various organs, and back into the blood.
    • Necrotic tissue, blood vessels, and leukocytes were excluded from the quantification process.