mononuclear cell

mononuclear cell

A cell with a single spherical or near-spherical nucleus, as distinct from one with a lobed nucleus as in the case of the polymorphs. The mononuclear cells include LYMPHOCYTES, MONOCYTES and immature GRANULOCYTES. An unhelpful and obsolescent designation dating from a period prior to the detailed differentiation of cells of the immune system.
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The kit expands on the ability of the original X-MINIkit to select the CD3+ target cells from prepared mononuclear cell samples or from a sample of whole blood.
The kit expands on the ability of the original X -MINIkit to select the CD3+ target cells from prepared mononuclear cell samples or from a sample of whole blood.
Barbosa da Fonseca et al., "Safety of autologous bone marrow mononuclear cell transplantation in patients with nonacute ischemic stroke," Regenerative Medecine, vol.
Alterations in peripheral blood mononuclear cell cytokine production in response to phytoemagglutinin in multiple sclerosis patients.
The percentage of both macrophages and helper T cells in the mononuclear cell population in the synovia of ankle joints is consistent with the swelling in the hind paws of AA rats [17].
Therefore, the total bone marrow-derived mononuclear cell fraction offers a low-cost alternative to MSC culture (BRITO et al., 2010).
Bhatia et al., "Autologous intravenous bone marrow mononuclear cell therapy for patients with subacute ischaemic stroke: a pilot study," Indian Journal of Medical Research, vol.
The concentration of parasites used to infect mononuclear cell cultures (1 x [10.sup.6] parasites/well) was adjusted after counting the cells in a Neubauer chamber.
Blood samples collected from the subjects at the beginning of the study and after five years were analyzed for peripheral-blood mononuclear cell telomere length and telomerase levels.
Pharmaceutical Product Development, LLC (PPD) has expanded its central lab testing services in infectious diseases at its Brussels and Singapore labs, offering additional microbiology, peripheral blood mononuclear cell and molecular pathology services.