Azurophil granule

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azurophil granule

<cell biology> Primary lysosomal granules found in neutrophil granulocytes, contain a wide range of hydrolytic enzymes. ... Sometimes referred to as primary granules to distinguish them from the specific or secondary granules. ... (02 Jan 1998) ...
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azurophil granule

azurophilic granule a type of coarse reddish granule containing that stains easily with azure dyes and is found in the promyelocyte; it contains numerous compounds that are antimicrobial, including myeloperoxidase.
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azurophil granule

Type: Term Definitions: 1. a granule that stains a reddish-purple color with an azure dye; such granules are seen in dry smears of certain mature and developing blood cells, and are membrane-bound lysosomes containing enzymes. Synonyms: kappa granule
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