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biclonality bi·clo·nal·i·ty (bī'klō-nāl'ĭ-tē)
A condition in which some cells have markers of one cell line and other cells have markers of another cell line, as in biclonal leukemias.

bi·clon'al (-klō'nəl) adj.
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