lobatus stolons have the uniform morphology of wandering amoeboid
cells, and we never observed specialized cells inside stolons.
Between P0 and P14, MLCs migrated from the type I/II fibrocyte-rich regions to the type III/IV fibrocyte-rich regions with a morphological shift from the amoeboid
, activated form to the ramified, quiescent form (Figure 1).
Five hours later, a combination of branched microglia and amoeboid
microglia can be seen coinciding with the peak of proinflammatory cytokine production.
Some of them showed an increased volume and an amoeboid
In contrast to amoeboid
migration, mesenchymal invasion is protease dependent since it involves a plethora of soluble, secreted, and surface proteases including matrix metalloproteinases (MMPs), kallikreins, serine proteases, and cathepsins to enzymatically remodel and cleave ECM components such as collagen, fibronectin, and laminin to enable movement through the ECM [39, 40].
The life cycle of Physarum consists of two phases with different modes of motility: uninucleate amoeba showing slow amoeboid
movement; and multinucleated plasmodium showing rapid cytoplasmic streaming.
BCC 25505, 57-86% vegetative cell were observed during 166 h of cultivation but amoeboid
cells, with 2, 4 and 6 partitions, were found thereafter (Fig.
However, thorough observation of the photos, brought to light pale RBC larger than normal, with an irregular coating, amoeboid
trophozoite, and granulation therein (Fig.
Predominance of amoeboid
forms of Blastocystis hominis in isolates from symptomatic patients.
Reconfigurable robots with amoeboid
locomotion usefully decentralized control mechanisms that are based on coupled biochemical oscillators .
Thus, as represented by the amoeboid
movement in conventional light microscopy, it was common to consider that the predominant explanation of the cell dynamics and intracellular movement involves the transition between the sol/gel states of intracellular soluble proteins occupying the cytoplasm (Buchsbaum et al., 1987; Taylor & Condeelis, 1979; Pollack, 2001).
b) If inappropriately managed this lesion can enlarge to form an amoeboid
or geographic ulcer