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Synonyms for vesicle

a small anatomically normal sac or bladderlike structure (especially one containing fluid)

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Extracellular vesicles are like tiny packages that get pinched off from the cell surface and float outside of the cell.
The results showed that the HIV protein Nef is released from infected cells in vesicles that are then rapidly taken up by uninfected bystander white blood cells, impairing cholesterol metabolism in these cells.
Extracellular vesicles are naturally abundant in many types of cells, which use the cargo-containing spheres to communicate with other cells.
Pelvic MRI was subsequently performed to confirm that the cystic mass was arising from the seminal vesicle. MRI showed a multilocular cystic lesion replacing the right seminal vesicle and measuring 74x56 mm.
In addition to the previous way, the aerial hypha differentiates into conidiophores and immature vesicle which subsequently produce one or more additional conidiophores and vesicles before starting in actual sporulation process.
According to a report aired by a private news channel, Pakistani biologist Hingoro along with his team has revealed the ability of 'Extracellular Vesicles (EVs) - the red blood cells' component - which can carry drug delivery nanoparticles (NPs) into the affected human body parts as well as the whole organism''
Making a major breakthrough in the field of cancer biology, Hingoro, along with a team of international cancer biologists, has unleashed the ability of 'Extracellular Vesicles (EVs)', the red blood cells' component, which may carry drug delivery nanoparticles (NPs) into the affected human body parts as well as the whole organism.
Making a major breakthrough in the field of cancer biology, Hingoro, along with a team of international cancer biologists, has unleashed the ability of 'Extracellular Vesicles (EVs),' the red blood cells' component, which may carry drug delivery nanoparticles (NPs) into the affected human body parts as well as the whole organism.
The Massachusetts scientists, led by Vivian Budnik, professor and chair of molecular mechanisms, and Travis Thomson, a postdoctoral fellow, set out to scrutinize the contents of tiny sacks released by cells called extracellular vesicles. Their experiments in fruit flies revealed that motor neurons that control the flies' muscles release vesicles containing a high concentration of the Arc gene's messenger RNA (mRNA), the DNA-like intermediary molecule cells use to create the protein encoded by a DNA sequence.
ATHENS, Ga., April 25, 2018 -- ArunA Biomedical announced it will present data that represent an extension of results published in the May issue of the journal Stroke at the 2018 International Society for Extracellular Vesicles (ISEV) annual meeting on May 4 in Barcelona, Spain.
Four days after the flank lesions appeared, he developed vesicles with an erythematous base on the right abdomen and back.
When an action potential (AP) arrives at the presynaptic terminal, calcium (Ca) influx through voltage-gated Ca channels triggers synaptic vesicle fusion and the release of transmitters stored in the synaptic vesicles.