Superficial non-nucleated cells have polyhedral forms and show absence of nucleus, cytoplasm is translucent and not plegated (Figure 1d), the estrous stage was characterized by the high prevalence of superficial anucleated cells in the samples (H: 588 p 0.
A proestrus smear primarily consisted of a predominance of nucleated epithelial cells; an estrus smear primarily consisted of anucleated cornified cells; a metestrus smear consisted of the same proportion among leukocytes, cornified, and nucleated epithelial cells; and a diestrus smear primarily consisted of a predominance of leukocytes (MARCONDES et al.
The stratum corneum consists of between 10 and 30 layers (depending on anatomic site) of keratinocytes that have differentiated to become anucleated corneocytes; in these cells, the plasma membrane is replaced by a layer of large protein molecules--the cornified envelope.
A proestrus smear consists of a predominance of nucleated epithelial cells; an estrus smear primarily shows anucleated cornified cells; a metaestrus smear contains the same proportion among leukocytes, cornified, and nucleated epithelial cells; and a diestrus smear primarily consists of a predominance of leukocytes.
D) Clumping of hepatocytes together to form a rounded mass like structures is much more common E) Showing the necrotic hepatocytes in centrilobular zone, anucleated hepatocytes, hypertrophied hepatocytes and hepatocytes with nuclear condensation are also seen.
Abundant, round parasitic elements surrounded by a double membrane and containing a basophilie nucleus were found in tissues, as well as other anucleated, intracellular, and free parasites that formed chains of [greater than or equal to] 2 cells (online Appendix Figure, available from http://www.
Affected fetuses have dramatic changes in the hematologic system, including an increased white blood cell count, activation of leukocytes, increased number of anucleated red blood cells, and platelet activation.
NO Human reproductive cloning involves the transfer or transplantation of the nucleus and the genome within it from a mature cell into an anucleated human egg or stem cell, and the product's implantation for gestation and birth.