cytoplasmatic


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of or relating to cytoplasm

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Cytoplasmatic vacuolation, adaption and cell death: a view on new perspectives and features.
The [beta]-catenin, specifically, binds to the cytoplasmatic portion of the E-cadherin and to the structure of actin microfilaments of the cytoskeleton as well, being involved in cell adhesion.
4] administration provided complementary evidence to prove that treatment with N-Trisaccharide attenuated the cytoplasmatic changes.
Certain portions of cell-bound molecules are shed from the cytoplasmatic membranes into the circulation.
Its function is still unclear, but the presence of cytoplasmatic glycogen is related to energy source for phagocytosis, and positive reaction to myeloperoxidase are indicative of bactericidal and immunomodulatory properties (Veiga et al.
Wolbachia induced cytoplasmatic incompatibility as a means for insect pest population control.
Paraptosis is characterized by progressive swelling of mitochondria, endoplasmic reticulum (ER) and cytoplasmatic vacuolation.
These cells show a varying cellular morphology from spindle-shaped and elongated, that mostly were observed, towards more cuboidal fibroblast-like cells with shorter cytoplasmatic extensions (Figure 1).
This process is essential for recruitment of glucose transporter type 4 (GLUT4) to the cytoplasmatic membrane and for insulin-dependent glucose uptake (Imamura et al.
quelen larvae showed regular shape, containing clear cytoplasmatic vesicles in the anterior intestine and eosinophilic vesicles in the posterior intestine.
1961) Cytoplasmatic inclusion bodies in cortisol-treated mammary tumors of C3H/Crgl mice.
Programmed cell death (apoptosis), in contrast to necrosis, is characterized by uniform internucleosomal DNA fragmentation, nuclear shrinkage, chromatin compaction as well as by cytoplasmatic condensation, and disintegration [15-16].
Glycolipids as the major autoantigens of cytoplasmatic islet cell antibodies.