Lobation

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Lobation is a characteristic of the cell nucleus of certain white blood cells, when the nucleus is segmented into two or more connected bulbs.

Lobated Luekus
Cell type Image Lobation
Neutrophil PBNeutrophil.jpg Neutrophil.png multilobed, i.e. having more than two lobes
Eosinophil Eosinophil2.png bi-lobed, i.e. having two lobes
Basophil PBBasophil.jpg Basophil.png bi- or tri-lobed

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