margination


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margination

 [mar″jĭ-na´shun]
accumulation and adhesion of leukocytes to the epithelial cells of blood vessel walls at the site of injury in the early stages of inflammation.

mar·gin·a·tion

(mar'ji-nā'shŭn),
A phenomenon that occurs during the relatively early phases of inflammation; as a result of dilation of capillaries and slowing of the bloodstream, leukocytes tend to occupy the periphery of the cross-sectional lumen and adhere to the endothelial cells that line the vessels.

mar·gin·a·tion

(mahr'ji-nā'shŭn)
A phenomenon that occurs during the relatively early phases of inflammation; as a result of dilation of capillaries and slowing of the bloodstream, leukocytes tend to occupy the periphery of the cross-sectional lumen and adhere to the endothelial cells that line the vessels.

mar·gin·a·tion

(mahr'ji-nā'shŭn)
A hematologic phenomenon that occurs during the relatively early phases of inflammation.
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Multinucleation, chromatin margination, and nuclear molding are seen (Papanicolaou, original magnification X600).
In muscle cells of the diseased crabs, condensation and margination of nuclear chromatin (Figure 5) injury of nuclear membranes, and mitochondria disintegration could be observed, moreover, myofibril arrangement was loose and there were many vesicles between myofibril.
The mechanism of autoimmune neutropenia in SLE may involve a combination of increased peripheral destruction, decreased bone marrow production, and increased margination. As our patient had strongly positive anti-neutrophil antibodies in the setting of a negative ANA, it is possible that more biomarkers are associated with SLE than those that are currently known.
Most AO+ and PI- apoptotic cells were noticed with chromatin condensation staining a bright-green colour and nuclear margination, apoptotic granulation, and chromatin fragmentation with the appearances of membrane blebbing in some samples, which can be considered as moderate apoptosis.
Chromatin margination and compaction towards the nuclear periphery generate numerous compact electron dense micronuclei that are released in the extracellular space (Figures 3(b)(B), 4(b)(B), and 5(b)(B)).
At the highest concentration of SeM (300 [micro]M), grayscale fluorescence image of stained PNT1A nuclei revealed chromatin condensation, nuclear fragmentation, and margination characteristics of apoptosis and possibly necrosis (Fig.
Where, [Wt.sub.raw] and [Wt.sub.marinated] are the weight of fillet before and after margination, respectively.
Summarizing, it can be said that main effects of unemployment in people, in terms of suffering and mental health symptoms are: low self-esteem and personal satisfaction; depression and lonesome feelings; high levels of anxiety, exclusion and margination experiences.
used electron microscopy to detect degenerative changes in perilesional melanocytes of non-segmental vitiligo patients in the form of vacuolization of the melanocytic cytoplasm, pyknosis of nuclei, and peripheral margination of chromatin (46).
Margination of lymphocytes, re- distribution of lymphocytes and marked accelerated apoptosis are the supposed mechanisms of observed lymphocytopenia in infectious emergencies.17
Kidney of the G2 group which was regularly supplied by citrinin shows damaged cell, combining nuclear chromatin behind the nuclear (Nuclear Margination), and Nuclear pyknosis, and the cytoplasm free of dye (Fig.