Immunoblast

An immunoblast is a lymphocyte that has been activated by an antigen, which will further undergo clonal expansion to increase the number of lymphocytes capable of binding to that antigen. Immunoblasts are the most immature members of the protective cells involved in an immune response. Activated B cells may differentiate into memory cells or plasm
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immunoblast

An antigenically stimulated lymphocyte; a large cell with well-defined basophilic cytoplasm, a large nucleus with prominent nuclear membrane, distinct nucleoli, and clumped chromatin. ... See: lymphocyte transformation. ... Origin: immuno-+ G. Blastos, germ ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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immunoblast

(im´u-no-blast″) a mitotically active B or T lymphocyte.
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immunoblast

Type: Term Pronunciation: im′yū-nō-blast′ Definitions: 1. An antigenically stimulated lymphocyte; a large cell with well-defined basophilic cytoplasm, a large nucleus with prominent nuclear membrane, distinct nucleoli, and clumped chromatin.
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