erythroblast


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a nucleated cell in bone marrow from which red blood cells develop

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The lesional cells are positive for cytokeratin (B) and erythroblast transformation-specific transcription factor (ERG) (C) and demonstrate loss of nuclear integrase interactor 1 (INI1) (D) (hematoxylin-eosin, original magnification X200 [A]; original magnifications X200 [B through D]).
Erythroblast Morphology Polypoid Basophilic Cells Karyorrhexis Stippling Type Of CDA 1 Nil 2 3 CDA Type II 2 4 3 5 CDA Type I 3 Nil 2.
Erythroblast iron metabolism in sideroblastic and sideropenic states.
Erythroblast cells as a target for Bartonella quintana in homeless people.
We assume that, both in arcid and vesicomyid erythrocytes, the peripheral centriole pairs are the same ones initially located more centrally at the erythroblast mitotic spindle poles, each daughter cell having received one pair.
ERG immunostain, a member of the erythroblast transformation-specific (ETS) family of transcription factors, is responsible for regulating endothelial cell differentiation, angiogenesis, and expression of several endothelial-specific antigens.
Fragment and macrophage iron reflect iron stores while iron in the erythroblast is indicative of utilizable iron which is diminished in functional iron deficiency.
I regard more than 1 erythroblast per high-power field in the third trimester of pregnancy as abnormal.
Accordingly, an understanding of syncytialization and trophoblast deportation may provide insight into the process whereby fetal cell-free fragments are generated (9), and investigations of erythroblast maturation and enucleation may shed new light on the nature of cell-free DNA in general (10).
NRBC count was expressed as absolute erythroblast count (NRBCs/mm3) and calculated by light microscopic examination of May-Grunwald-Giemsastained blood smears.
3], Peripheral smear was suggestive of hemolysis with erythroblast 28%, severely microcytic hypochromic, basophilic stippling and polychromasia, Iron studies were normal (Serum Iron of 100mg%, TIBC of 280mg%, and S.
Hermans et al (3) have suggested and have provided some evidence that tumors in which the TMPRSS2:ERG fusion gene is not expressed are able to overexpress instead another transcription factor of the erythroblast transformation-specific family.
Impaired production of beta globin chains leads to a variable accumulation of alpha globin chains in erythroid precursors, which results in decreased production of Hb A and abnormal erythroblast formation.