vesiculation


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Synonyms for vesiculation

the formation of vesicles in or beneath the skin

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Nam et al., "Insights into Alternanthera mosaic virus TGB3 functions: Interactions with Nicotiana benthamiana PsbO correlate with chloroplast vesiculation and veinal necrosis caused by TGB3 over-expression," Frontiers in Plant Science, vol.
Grade Reaction 1 Erythema [+ or -] pruritus [+ or -] dry desquamation 2 Pain [+ or -] edema [+ or -] uricaria or vesiculation 3 Moist desquamation 4 Necrosis, ulceration or hemorrhage
Staining shows early vesiculation with eosinophilic intracytoplasmic inclusion bodies (arrows) in enlarged degenerated cells.
Paraptosis, has been characterized by chromatin condensation, cytoplasmic vacuolization, numerous small vacuoles created in the cytoplasm, widened perinuclear space, and mitochondrial vesiculation and mitochondrial swelling (Sperandio et al., 2000; Danaila et al., 2013).
Fukuhara, "Activated platelet and oxidized LDL induce endothelial membrane vesiculation: clinical significance of endothelial cell-derived microparticles in patients with type 2 diabetes," Clinical and Applied Thrombosis/Hemostasis, vol.
Gompper, "Budding and vesiculation induced by conical membrane inclusions," Physical Review E, vol.
D'Alessio et al., "The cleavage mode of apoptotic nuclear vesiculation is related to plasma membrane blebbing and depends on actin reorganization," Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, vol.
There was one lesion on the chest with central vesiculation. There were no lesions on the mucous membranes of his eyes, ears, nose, mouth, or anus.
These results may indicate that patients with CLD were found to have signs of endothelial damage, which manifests itself as excessive endothelial vesiculation and increases in the count of desquamated EMPs which represents a new marker of endothelial dysfunction in CLD.
This work discusses the influence of several process variables and procedures on the size and internal vesiculation of MVPs.
On histopathological examination, marked vesiculation in the epidermis and diffuse dermal necrosis are observed similar to pyoderma gangrenosum.
2-a), different stages of lesions on the teats of same buffaloes including; vesiculation, wart like nodules, scabs and blood oozing out after removing the scab indicating inflammatory lesions (Fig.
Kuypers et al., "Chlorpromazine inhibits vesiculation, alters phosphoinositide turnover and changes deformability of ATP-depleted RBCs," Blood, vol.
Acute eezema/dermatilis is characterised by oedema, erythema, vesiculation, exudation and crusting.
In later stages there may be vesiculation and desquamation of the epidermal cells leaving the area very sore and tender.