An immature blood cell.
- It influences the metabolism of fat and peanut alkene, resists the inflammation and the agglutination of hematoblasts, prevents allergic symptoms.
- It also contains anti-thrombus elements, and promotes the performance of high-density lipoprotein, resistance to angiospasm, and hematoblast concentration reduction.
- Textbooks of hematology give credit for the description and naming of the hematoblast to Georges Hayem, from France, often addressed as the father of hematology.
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