pericellular


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pericellular

 [per″ĭ-sel´u-lar]
surrounding a cell.

per·i·cel·lu·lar

(per'i-sel'yū-lăr),
Surrounding a cell.
Synonym(s): pericytial

pericellular

(pĕr″ĭ-sĕl′ū-lăr) [″ + L. cellula, cell]
Around a cell.

pericellular

surrounding a cell.
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Patients initially exhibit active pericellular fibrosis, which may progress to cirrhosis, the late stage of hepatic scarring.
The pericellular spaces around the chief cells are more marked.
Leakage of intracellular ATP into the pericellular space can result from disruption of the plasma membrane, which may be precipitated by mechanical damage or necrotic cell death.
It is possible that the pericellular tissue's function is to protect cartilage cells from sudden changes and to promote cartilage health.
In parallel, reticulin staining showed a dense pericellular deposition pattern in mesenchymal regions and was negative in GFAP-positive areas (Figure 4(d)).
Pleiotrophic inhibition of pericellular urokinase-type plasminogen activator system by endogenous tumor suppressive maspin.
Removal of ectodomains in the pericellular space, by cleavage of a transmembrane molecule in the juxtamembrane region of the extracellular domain, alters the signaling on the cell surface, a mechanism involved in tumor proliferation and angiogenesis.
The fibrinoid may be mucopolysaccharide in nature, since normal pregnancy trophoblast (as well as "malignant" trophoblast) is known to exhibit a pericellular coat, rich in sialic acid (Currie and Bagshawe 1967; Currie et al.
While mature chondrocytes are enshrouded in a proteoglycan rich pericellular matrix and a basket-like territorial matrix filled with fibrillar collagen, immature chondrocytes might contain chondroprogenitor cells as well as a matrix that is progressively being laid down [9].
Sections prepared by the silver impregnation technique showed pericellular deposition of reticulin coarse fibre.
The cells lie in a lace-like eosinophillic pericellular material and produce a tactoid whorling pattern.