neu•tro•philPronunciation: (nOO'tru-fil, nyOO'-), [key]
(of a cell or cell part) having an affinity for neutral dyes.
a phagocytic white blood cell having a lobulate nucleus and neutrophil granules in the cytoplasm. Also,neu•tro•philePronunciation: (nOO'tru-fīl", nyOO'-). [key]
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