electron-dense

electron-dense

 [e-lek´tron-dens″]
in electron microscopy, having a density that prevents electrons from penetrating.

electron-dense

/elec·tron-dense/ (e-lek´tron-dens″) in electron microscopy, having a density that prevents electrons from penetrating.

electron-dense

In electron microscopy, having a density that prevents penetration by electrons.

electron-dense

in electron microscopy, having a density that prevents electrons from penetrating.
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coli were groups, were surrounded by moderately electron-dense material, which appears to be the secret of Goblet cells.
During the early spermatid phase, the nucleus was similar to that of somatic cells, displaying dispersed chromatin with some electron-dense areas.
Numerous ribosomes were present in the electron-dense cytoplasm.
The lesions of hyalinosis appear as homogenous, electron-dense material between the endothelial cells and GBM, and the capsular drop is similar between the Bowman capsular basement membrane and the parietal epithelium.
fulica has demonstrated that the NS cells have a round nucleus with patches of heterochromatin; a conspicuous, single, large vacuole in the cytoplasm and electron-dense granules with a mean diameter of 16 mm; an extensive Golgi complex; and a rough endoplasmic reticulum (Kruatrachue et al.
Tests of respiratory function showed a large number of obstructive syndromes; scanning electron microscopy highlighted qualitative and quantitative alterations of the alveolar macrophages; and transmission electron microscopy revealed the presence of electron-dense cytoplasmatic inclusions indicating intense and active phlogosis (external inflammation).
Mature virions were recognizable by dumbbell- or brick-shaped nucleoids surrounded by distinctive membranes enclosing lateral bodies and a biconcave central core, whereas immature virions were small, spherical, electron-dense bodies, which were seen inside the inclusions, free in the cytoplasm, or inside clear vacuoles.
Once internalized, the virus core uncoats, revealing flattened, disc-shaped, and electron-dense nucleocapsids described as "doughnut-shaped" (10,11).
The confirmatory finding was electron microscopy of a biopsy, which showed oval electron-dense bodies within dermal histiocytes without any clearly identifiable melanin granules.
size, they all are alike in their electron-dense interiors interspersed
Many electron-dense lysosomes were found in the tumor cell's disorganized cytoplasm (Fig.

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