What are "lip cells" in blood?
I'm not exactly sure if they are called lip cells I just know that It's some special characteristic in O - blood.
I have not ever heard of lip cells, as being a characteristic of O, or any other blood type for that matter. Possibly you are thinking of lipid or fat cells within the circulating blood. This is the only type of blood cells, besides leucocytes or erythrocytes, that are within our blood. Sorry I could not have been of more help, in assisting you with this question. But hopefully I clarified it somewhat?
It must have been lipids I'm assuming. I really don't know . I was having a conversation and someone told me that they had a special thing in their blood that helped kids with leukemia.
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