microvesicle

mi·cro·ves·i·cle

(mī'krō-ves'i-kĕl),
A fluid-filled space formed within the epidermis that is too small to be recognized as a blister.

microvesicle

microscopic vesicle.
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Smoking alters circulating plasma microvesicle pattern and microRNA signatures.
In tumors, microvesicles could be used to determine the status of the tumor and mRNA could indicate the origin of the microvesicle (48).
Lysophosphatidic acid induces thrombogenic activity through phosphatidylserine exposure and procoagulant microvesicle generation in human erythrocytes.
So now within a days--or perhaps hours--doctors sample the blood and measure how the microvesicle numbers and composition have changed, This directly indicates a treatment response.
In contrast, in vivo confocal laser scanning microscopy (CLSM) of a microvesicle from 1 investigator showed an ovoid foreign body with morphologic features suggestive of P.
However, in 1987 a new non-phospholipid microvesicle was developed and marketed under the Novasome brand name.
About the American Society for Exosomes and Microvesicles The ASEMV is a non-profit scientific society dedicated to advancing exosome and microvesicle research, promoting interactions among exosome/microvesicle researchers, and educating scientists, funding agencies and policy makers about the biological, biomedical and biotechnological importance of secreted vesicles.
NX Prenatal's proprietary NeXosome platform enables the rapid isolation and enrichment of exosome and microvesicle particles from maternal blood.
25-5 [micro]M for 1-48 hr) induced erythrocyte shape changes from discocytes to echinocytes to spherocytes, accompanied by microvesicle (MV) generation.
The first diagnostic application of the non-viral RNA microvesicle discovery is a living blood test for mad cow disease or BSE.
We have recently observed that antigen receptor coated extracellular microvesicles bud directly from the center of the immunological synapse- which we define as synaptic ectosomes.
When a stem cell infusion was introduced, however, the donated cells secreted microvesicles containing normal versions of Fas that could be reused by the diseased cells, restoring their ability to self-renew and differentiate and promoting bone formation.