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1. Basophil
A granulocyte that has a two-lobed nucleus and is easily stained by basic dyes.

2. Basophil (basiphil)
* A type of white blood cell which can be easily stained with alkaline ( basic ) dyes. It has a nucleus with two lobes and it carries around substances like histamine and a hormone called serotonin. * Any structure, cell, or other bodily object which stains easily with alkaline dyes.

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