borrel body

borrel body
\\bəˈrel-, bȯˈ-\ noun
Usage: usually capitalized 1st B
Etymology: after Amédée Borrel died 1936 French bacteriologist
: one of the particles included in a Bollinger body, believed to be actual units of the virus of fowl pox

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