cytoplasmic


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cy·to·plas·mic

(sī'tō-plaz'mik),
Relating to the cytoplasm.
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cy·to·plas·mic

(sī'tō-plaz'mik)
Relating to the cytoplasm.
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012

cytoplasm

(sit'o-plazm) [ cyto- + -plasm]
The protoplasm of a cell outside the nucleus. See: cell
cytoplasmic (sit?o-plaz'mik), adjective
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Different phases of oocyte maturation: Oocyte maturation is a complex long-cell procedure containing meiotic cycle development (from diplotene to Metaphase-II) and reprogramming of cytoplasmic events, enabling oocytes to achieve their fertilization and embryogenesis (Eichenlaub et al.,2013).
Biological and clinical features of acute lymphoblastic leukaemia with cytoplasmic granules or inclusions: description of eight cases.
STATs are cytoplasmic transcriptional factors that play a part in gene expression.
Cytoplasmic patterns are defined as any staining of the HEp-2 cytoplasm.
Antineutrophil cytoplasmic antibody-positive conversion and microscopic polyangiitis development in patients with idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis.
Diagnostic value of standardized assays for anti-neutrophil cytoplasmic antibodies in idiopathic systemic vasculitis.
In the same context, oral verrucous carcinomas almost always display cytoplasmic HuR immunoreactivity (100%, 17/17 investigated cases in Habiba et al.
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The immunophenotype of typical NK/T-cell lymphoma is marked by positive staining for CD2, CD56, and cytoplasmic CD3e and negative staining for surface CD3.
Membrane and cytoplasmic fractions were isolated from TM4 cell with or without testosterone administration.
Caption: Left, Adelchi Negri 1876-1912, right: Neuron showing a cytoplasmic inclusion body (Negri body, arrow).