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Morphometric features and chromatin condensation abnormalities evaluated by toluidine blue staining in bull spermatozoa.
Differently from apoptosis, features such as membrane blebbing and chromatin condensation aren't seen in paraptosis.
Some authors have shown that vacuole is the consequence of chromatin condensation in spermiogenesis.
The chromatin condensation and lipid accumulation in zerumbone-treated promastigotes were detected under confocal microscope after staining with DAPI (2 [micro]g/mL) and Nile Red (10 [micro]g/mL) as described earlier.
Cell apoptosis is important for destruction of undesired cells during development and homeostasis of any organ and is characterized by distinct morphological changes such as depolarization of mitochondria, chromatin condensation and DNA fragmentation.
Likewise, the effect of vitamin E in the improvement of daily sperm production and amelioration of sperm chromatin condensation abnormality induced by sulfasalazine was superior to vitamin C.
Using semen flow cytometry to evaluate association of ploidy status and chromatin condensation ofspermatozoa with conventional semen parameters: clinical application in intrauterine insemination.
Spermiogenic nuclear protein transitions and chromatin condensation.
Morphological changes in apoptosis are chromatin condensation and nuclear fragmentation.
Apoptosis--Stage II chromatin condensation into compact figures, which are often globular or crescent shaped.
The apoptotic features noted included, chromatin condensation (white arrows-Figure 3), nuclear pyknosis (white arrowheads-Figure 3) and nuclear fragmentation (bottom panels-Figure 3).
In mammalian cells, phosphorylation of the Serine 10 residue of histone H3 is negligible during interphase but reaches a maximum for chromatin condensation during mitosis.
These results suggest that induced oxidative stress by cigarette smoking may have a significant inverse effect on chromatin condensation by disrupting P2.
s Life Sciences division has added a new apoptosis detection kit for monitoring chromatin condensation to its CELLestial product line for live cell analysis.