binucleation

binucleation

 [bi″noo-kle-a´shun]
formation of two nuclei within a cell through division of the nucleus without division of the cytoplasm.
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(2, 9, 10) Binucleation and multinucleation are not uncommon.
A limited supply of substrates restricts fetal growth and delays cardiomyocyte binucleation [115, 119].
There was no binucleation or multinucleation (Figure 4)".
Therefore, they are extensively acknowledged as an endpoint for the estimation of DNA damage.5 Binucleated (BN) cell is most commonly present in cancer cells and may appear as a result of different type of causes; the increased rate of binucleation is usually not preferably a definite indicative parameter.
Sings of regeneration was noticed in some areas as some cells showed mitotic activities and binucleation in others.
Parameters that were analyzed in the smear (both cytosmear and modified brush biopsy samples) included enlarged nuclei, nuclear pleomorphism, nuclear borders, nucleocytoplasmic (N/C) ratio, number of nuclei, binucleation, keratinization, tadpole forms, hyperchromatism, chromatin pattern, and distribution and discrepancy in N/C maturation.
The plasma cells often show atypical, binucleation, and increased mitotic activity.
Diabetic rat liver revealed moderate portal fibrosis (c) and binucleation of the hepatocytes (d).
Polymorphs and pyknosis were seen on both the sides of buccal mucosa whereas micronuclei and binucleation (Figure 6) were seen only in affected side after second week.
It includes karyorrhexis, karyolysis, micronucleus formation, pyknosis, binucleation, broken-egg nucleus, anucleation, etc.
These abnormalities included marked binucleation, anisokaryosis, karyolysis, karyorrhexis and karyopyknosis.
Histopathological evaluation criterias Cartilage Foreign-body Regenerative activity viability reaction (Score) (Environmental and cytoplasmic changes reaction) (Score) (Score) Completely None No changes, similar to Dead (0) (0) the literature (0) Partially Focal (1) Increase in Viable (1) the cytoplasmic vacuolization and eosinophilia (1) Viable Present Binucleation and (2) (2) multi-nucleation (2) Widespread and destructive (3) TABLE 2.