cytopathy


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cy·top·a·thy

(sī-top'ă-thē),
Any disorder of a cell or anomaly of any of its constituents.
[cyto- + G. pathos, disease]

cy·top·a·thy

(sī-top'ă-thē)
Any disorder of a cell or anomaly of any of its constituents.
[cyto- + G. pathos, disease]
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Lipoic (thioctic) acid increases brain energy availability and skeletal muscle performance as shown by in vivo 31P-MRS in a patient with mitochondrial cytopathy.
Mollie Kitson, nine, of St Fagans, who suffers with mitrochondrial cytopathy, and Sophie Lewis, 14, of Leckwith, were accompanied by their families for a trip to the centre, where they got a look behind the scenes.
Increases suspicion for mitochondrial cytopathy Plasma amino acid 1 ml heparin blood, on Confirms MSUD.
The fourth abstract, entitled "Serum regulates reovirus-mediated cytopathy in K-Ras activated colorectal cancer and intestinal epithelial cell lines," covers the use of isogenic human-derived colorectal cancer cell lines that differ only by the presence of mutant Kras and normal rat intestinal epithelial cells (IEC) with inducible Kras to evaluate whether the presence of oncogenic Kras alters the sensitivity of colon cancer cells to reovirus.
Enzyme analysis of individual OXPHOS complexes in skeletal muscle biopsy remains the mainstay of the diagnostic process for patients suspected of mitochondrial cytopathy (2).
Our experiment clearly showed that 4-methoxycinnamaldehyde inhibited RSV-induced cytopathy.
None of the cases had evidence of endocrinopathy or mitochondrial cytopathy.
Mitochondrial cytopathy in adults: what we know so far.
The devastated family have now lost two children to a rare brain disease called mitochondria cytopathy.
Doctors at Walton Neurological Centre in Liverpool insist Eileen, who has mitochondria cytopathy.
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Cytopathy, or cell-sickness, is the result of crucial nutrients being depleted from the body.