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n.1.(Biol.) The denser part of the protoplasm of a cell.
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The improvement came as a result of an 11% annual rise in the company's Laboratory Services unit, which booked higher test volumes from Nuclear Mitome, ScoliScoreTM and C-GAAP diagnostic tests, as well as from a shift toward higher priced tests.
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