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Basophilic

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3 Min Histology Intro To Staining 1

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Acanthocyte (spur cells) & Basophilic Stippling

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Basophilic Cryptoplasm

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What does basophilic mean?

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Red Blood Cell Disorder -- Heinz bodies, Howell-jolly bodies, basophilic stippling & Reticulocytes

Basophilic is a technical term used by histologists. It describes the microscopic appearance of cells and tissues, as seen down the microscope, after a histological section has been stained with a basic dye. The most common such dye is haematoxylin.
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