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cy·to·plas·mic

(sī'tō-plaz'mik),
Relating to the cytoplasm.

cy·to·plas·mic

(sī'tō-plaz'mik)
Relating to the cytoplasm.

cytoplasm

(sit'o-plazm) [ cyto- + -plasm]
The protoplasm of a cell outside the nucleus. See: cell
cytoplasmic (sit?o-plaz'mik), adjective

cytoplasmic

pertaining to or included in cytoplasm.

cytoplasmic inclusions
include secretory inclusions (enzymes, acids, proteins, mucosubstances), nutritive inclusions (glycogen, lipids), pigment granules (melanin, lipofuscin, hemosiderin). See also inclusion body.
cytoplasmic inheritance
the cytoplasmic organelles, chloroplasts and mitochondria contain DNA which contains a number of genes. These extrachromosomal genes are transmitted to daughter cells via cytoplasm. Called also maternal inheritance.
cytoplasmic nuclear inclusion
cytoplasmic skeleton
includes microtubules, centrioles, cilia, flagellae.
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What do the cytoplasmic inclusion bodies found in neutrophilic leukocytes suggest?
4) However, because of the high rates of co-infection, a definitive diagnosis of CMV requires identification of CMV intranuclear or cytoplasmic inclusion bodies in transbronchial biopsy specimens (used in our patients) or open lung biopsy specimens.
All comoviruses studied thus far induce the formation of two different types of cytoplasmic inclusion bodies: a) crystalline inclusions of various and unusual shapes composed of viral particles, which stain violet in Azure A and green in the OG combination (Luxol Brilliant Green BL-Calcomine Orange 2 RS), and are frequently observed in glandular hair cells, guard cells and phloem tissue and occasionally in the epidermis and mesophyll; and b) vesiculate-vacuolate inclusions observed in the cytoplasm of epidermal cells which stain green in OG and red to magenta in Azure A (Gibbs and Paul 1970, Kim and Fulton 1972, Kitajima et al.
D) Small granule cells of dentate gyrus (Fd) show round cytoplasmic inclusions by TDP-43 immunostain.
1) It is characterized by circumscription or encapsulation, trabecular growth pattern, polygonal and elongated cells, nuclear cytoplasmic inclusions and grooves, hyaline material, dilated sinusoids, laminated calcospherites, and cytoplasmic yellow bodies.
Mallory-Denk bodies (MDBs) are eosinophilic cytoplasmic inclusions in liver cells that are characteristic of alcoholic liver disease.
Cytoplasmic inclusions observed by electron microscopy late in influenza virus infection of chicken embryo fibroblasts.
The nuclei show prominent grooves, contour irregularities, and intranuclear cytoplasmic inclusions.
Five subpopulations contain rusty-colored cytoplasmic inclusions with different sized granules and differences in the size and density of the granule clusters, while one is granule-free.
Chronic, continuous, and systemic exposure to rotenone, commonly used as an insecticide in gardening, selectively inhibits complex I, causing selective degeneration of the nigrostriatal system with accumulation of cytoplasmic inclusions containing ubiquitin and [alpha]-synuclein (Betarbet et al.

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