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my·e·lo·blast

 (mī′ə-lə-blăst′)
n.
An immature cell of the bone marrow that is the precursor of a myelocyte.

my′e·lo·blas′tic adj.
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myeloblast

(ˈmaɪələʊˌblɑːst)
n
(Pathology) a cell that gives rise to a granulocyte, normally occurring in the bone marrow but detected in the blood in certain diseases, esp leukaemia
myeloblastic adj
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Noun1.myeloblast - a precursor of leukocytes that normally occurs only in bone marrow
leucocyte, leukocyte, WBC, white blood cell, white blood corpuscle, white cell, white corpuscle - blood cells that engulf and digest bacteria and fungi; an important part of the body's defense system
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my·e·lo·blast

n. mieloblasto, una célula no madura en la serie granulocítica, generalmente presente en la médula ósea.
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ALL: acute lymphoblastic leukemia; AML: akut myeloblastic leukemia; NHL: non-Hodgkin lymphoma Table 2.
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In the studies of nurses and pharmacists exposed to cytostatics, the chromosomal changes specific for the myelodysplastic syndrome and acute myeloblastic leukemia were detected.
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These 70 subjects, 25 (36%) males and 45 (64%) females required anthracycline therapy for Breast cancer (n = 25), Large B-cell lymphoma (n = 10), Acute lymphoblastic leukaemia (n = 10), Ca metastatic ovary (n = 5), Leiomyosarcoma (n = 5), Acute myeloblastic leukaemia (n = 5), plasma cell myeloma (n = 5) and Acute promyelocytic leukaemia (n = 5).
In order to do this, they first divided the cancer data set which consisted of 7129 genes of 72 patients into training (38 units) and test (34 units) sets and then classified patients in test data set into "acute myeloblastic leukemia" or "acute myeloid leukemia" classes with accuracy of 100%; in addition to this, they used prostat data set which consisted of 12600 genes of 102 patients and classified patients into "tumor" or "normal" classes with 99.21% accuracy.
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