Definition of Melanoblasts

1. Noun. (plural of melanoblast) ¹



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Definition of Melanoblasts

1. melanoblast [n] - See also: melanoblast

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Melanoblasts

melanite
melanites
melanitic
melanization
melanizations
melanize
melanized
melanizes
melanizing
melano
melano-
melanoacanthoma
melanoameloblastoma
melanoblast
melanoblastoma
melanoblasts (current term)
melanocarcinoma
melanochroi
melanochroic
melanochroite
melanochroites
melanocomous
melanocortin
melanocortins
melanocyte
melanocyte-stimulating hormone
melanocytes
melanocytic
melanocytoma
melanocytosis

Literary usage of Melanoblasts

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1. The British Journal of Dermatology by British Association of Dermatology (1905)
"... but also in having larger nuclei which stain more faintly than those of ordinary connective-tissue cells ; (3) that melanoblasts occur in the upper ..."

2. The Principles of Pathologic Histology by Frank Burr Mallory (1914)
"melanoblasts occur also in the choroid and iris and in the pia, ... From the melanoblasts in any of these locations melano- blastomas may arise. ..."

3. The Principles of Pathologic Histology by Frank Burr Mallory (1914)
"melanoblasts occur also in the choroid and iris and in the pia, ... From the melanoblasts in any of these locations melano- blastomas may arise. ..."

4. A Text-book of the Principles of Animal Histology by Ulric Dahlgren, William Allison Kepner (1908)
"melanoblasts occur in the upper layers of the corium, are especially noticeable around the blood vessels, and are also present as peculiar structures in the ..."

5. The American Journal of the Medical Sciences by Southern Society for Clinical Investigation (U.S.) (1902)
"melanoblasts, with which they are in many places in demonstrable contact. ... Processes from the melanoblasts penetrate between the epidermis cells, ..."

6. Journal of Cutaneous and Genito-urinary Diseases (1902)
"The naevus cells contain pigment only when they are in proximity to melanoblasts, with which they were in many places seen in contact. 3. ..."

7. Surgery, Gynecology & Obstetrics by The American College of Surgeons, Franklin H. Martin Memorial Foundation (1912)
"... to the conclusion that the swollen cells, which have been referred to above, are anaplastic melanoblasts, which have lost the power of forming pigment. ..."

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