cytoplasmic inclusion body
Either of two types of inclusion bodies: acidophilic, as in variola and rabies, or basophilic, as in trachoma and psittacosis.
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- cytoplasmic bridge,
- cytoplasmic inheritance,
- cytoreductive therapy,
- cytosine arabinoside
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