mononuclear cell

mononuclear cell

A cell with a single spherical or near-spherical nucleus, as distinct from one with a lobed nucleus as in the case of the polymorphs. The mononuclear cells include LYMPHOCYTES, MONOCYTES and immature GRANULOCYTES. An unhelpful and obsolescent designation dating from a period prior to the detailed differentiation of cells of the immune system.
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The mononuclear cell concentrate and plasma are both injected into a patient.
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clinical features that separate Lyme meningitis from other causes of aseptic meningitis in children include longer duration of headache, the presence of cranial nerve palsies, and cerebrospinal fluid mononuclear cell predominance, results from a single-center study in Rhode Island demonstrated.
In fact, the present study demonstrated that calcein-AM/ethidium homodimer was equally useful and more sensitive in mononuclear cell apoptosis quantification, when compared to annexin V-FITC/propidium iodide; besides allowing clarity when defining the viable and apoptotic lymphocyte populations.
cells in a normal human mononuclear cell population, and not to CD14.