Malassez

Ma·las·sez

(mahl-ah-sā'),
Louis C., French physiologist, 1842-1910. See: Malassezia, Malassez epithelial rests.

Malassez

named after L.C. Malassez, a French physiologist.

Malassez disease
cyst of the testis.
Malassez epithelial rests
epithelial remnant in the peridontal membrane; sometimes develops into a dental cyst.
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Cell suspensions were kept on ice to reduce hemocyte aggregation, and cell concentrations were evaluated using a Malassez hemocytometer.
Concentration was determined by observation under an optical microscope using a Malassez cell.
Named for Malassez, who first described them in 1874, these yeasts demonstrate monopolar budding (1) The base of the bud is commonly described as broad, and, although not always discernible, a collarette composed of residual cell wall material may be seen at the base of the bud.
The epithelial cell rests of Malassez and the genesis of the dental cyst.
Yersinia pseudotuberculosis also belongs to Enterobacteriaceae and was first isolated by Malassez and Vignal in 1883.
The lesion was further described in 1885 by Malassez, who called it an adamantinoma.