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encyst

(ĕn-sĭst′)
v. en·cysted, en·cysting, en·cysts
v.tr.
To enclose in or as if in a cyst.
v.intr.
To take the form of or become enclosed in a cyst.

en·cyst′ment, en′cys·ta′tion n.

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Q. what is hydrocele-encysted when refering to the scrotum uroligist checked off 603.0 hydrocele-encysted tring to find out meaning

A. Hydrocele is dilation and edema of the scrotum. It may result from obstruction of the lymph vessels, small ducts that drain the fluids from the body organs. Such obstruction may be due to infections and other causes.

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Haynes, "The generation gap: proteome changes and strain variation during encystation in Giardia duodenalis," Molecular and Biochemical Parasitology, vol.
This amoeba is studied as a model of encystation and excystation in the Entamoeba genera since E.
CPs clearly play a role in encystation because the use of inhibitors reduces the degree of encystation, but this effect seems to be produced by decreased amoebic viability [38].
The proteasome system is very important during the conversion of trophozoites into infectious cysts, as evidenced by the disruption of the encystation process by proteasome inhibitors, while CPs inhibitors only delay the process [232].
invadens CP genes were evaluated during the encystation or excystation processes.
In addition, some proteases have a role in adhesion or encystation, which are essential for establishing and transmitting infection.
Ankri, "Involvement of serine proteinases during encystation of Entamoeba invadens," Archives of Medical Research, vol.
Nakada-Tsukui et al., "An Entamoeba cysteine peptidase specifically expressed during encystation," Parasitology International, vol.
A novel Myb-related protein involved in transcriptional activation of encystation genes in Giardia lamblia.
The larvae hatch in the small intestinal lumen and penetrate the wall to reach their site of encystations commonly subcutaneous tissue, skeletal muscle, brain and head and neck region.