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binucleated

adjective Having or referring to 2 nuclei.
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In CNN RNAi cells treated with either dimethyl sulfoxide (DMSO) or MLN8237, the percentage of binucleated cells was not different from control cells (Fig.
There is a time span of 12 years between these three studies and we observed a decrease of the absolute number of micronuclei in dialysis patients over this time, from a mean value of about 43 MN/1000 BN (micronuclei per 1000 binucleated cells) to 30 MN/1000 BN down to 22 MN/1000 BN, while the frequency in the control persons stayed the same [34, 35, 37].
In the present study, nuclear anomalies in the erythrocytes of birds were the formation of micronuclei, notched nuclei, nuclear remnants, blebbed nuclei, condensed nuclei and binucleated erythrocytes.
Hepato-cytic hyperplasia was indicated by statistically signifi-cant increase in number of binucleated cells.
At least 3,000 binucleated cells (BNCs) were scored per concentration, totalizing the results of three independent experiments.
Also interesting to say is that two binucleated cells have been found in 8-hour treatment (Figure 8, Table 4).
Single nucleus is localized on peripheral areas of cell while they are loosely arranged in binucleated cells not pressing each other.
T-cell receptor PCR showed the presence of a clonal cell population and bone marrow histology revealed infiltration by tumour cells with scattered atypical uninucleated cells and binucleated Reed-Sternberg cells.
Cells that have undergone the first mitosis are thus recognized as binucleated cells and are selectively screened for the presence of MN.
The results are expressed as the average percentage of micro nucleated cells per binucleated cells.
A histologic variant of the irritation fibroma is the giant cell fibroma, so named for its binucleated or trinucleated fibroblasts in close proximity to the overlying epithelium within the collagen base (Figure 3).