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definitive erythroblast


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Erythrocyte-producing cells found in fetal liver and bone marrow that take over the role of haematopoiesis from primitive erythroblasts of the yolk-sac at ~6 weeks of development. They are smaller than primitive erythroblasts, have a lower cytoplasmic/nuclear ratio and are CD36+. As they mature they extrude their nuclei.

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