karyoplast

kar·y·o·plast

(kar'ē-ō-plast),
A cell nucleus surrounded by a narrow band of cytoplasm and a plasma membrane.
[karyo- + G. plastos, formed]

kar·y·o·plast

(kar'ē-ō-plast)
A cell nucleus surrounded by a narrow band of cytoplasm and a plasma membrane.
[karyo- + G. plastos, formed]

karyoplast

a nucleus surrounded by a thin layer of cytoplasm and membrane.
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The donor somatic cell karyoplast is one of the important factors affecting the efficiency of somatic cell animal cloning.
GJ (translation): In our laboratory we used morula blastomeres, because of their differentiating plasticity, as donor karyoplast.
57) Researchers then used a karyoplast fusion technique, using an extract from the Sendai virus, (58) which produced reconstructed oocytes which maintained the spindle-chromosomal complexes transferred from the mature oocyte.
To confirm the enucleation of oocyte, the aspirated karyoplast in the pipette was visualized under fluorescent light.
Green fluorescent protein (GFP) gene was used as a foreign gene and a non-transfected somatic cell was utilized as a control karyoplast.
Our earlier studies using asbestos fiber--treated cytoplasts and fusion with non-treated karyoplasts provided circumstantial evidence of the role of mitochondria in fiber genotoxicity (Xu et al.
Budded karyoplasts from multinucleated fibroblast cells contain centrosomes and change their morphology to mi totic cells.
DNA hypomethylation of karyoplasts for bovine nuclear transplantation.
Electrofusion of these oocytes, made of the patient's karyoplasts and the donor's cytoplasts, resulted in five "reconstructed" zygotes that were transferred into the patient's uterus.
The aspirated karyoplasts were exposed to ultraviolet-light to confirm the presence of nuclei.