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mononuclear

 [mon″o-noo´kle-ar]
having only one nucleus.

mon·o·nu·cle·ar

(mon'ō-nū'klē-ăr),
Having only one nucleus; used especially in reference to phagocytic cells.

mononuclear

(mŏn′ō-no͞o′klē-ər, -nyo͞o′-)
adj.
1. Having only one nucleus: a mononuclear cell.
2. Chemistry Monocyclic.

mon·o·nu·cle·ar

(mon'ō-nū'klē-ăr)
Having only one nucleus; used especially in reference to blood cells.
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The number of mono-, bi-, tri-, and tetranucleated cells per 1000 viable mononucleated cells was scored in peripheral blood lymphocytes of all individuals to determine cytostatic effects.
There might be a large, benign giant-cell component to osteosarcoma, but the presence of atypia of the mononucleated cells is a useful criterion in making the differential diagnosis between it and GCRG.
As in the vertebrate myocardium, the cellular unit of molluscan heart muscle is a mononucleated muscle cell linked to its neighbors by intercalated discs (North, 1963; Watts et al., 1981; Okland, 1982; Kling and Schipp, 1987).
(45) Cystic trophoblastic tumor consists of variably stratified, often vacuolated, and mostly mononucleated trophoblast cells lining cysts that frequently contain eosinophilic, fibrinous fluid (Figure 2, D).
Wahab, "Determination of the differentiation capacities of murines' primary mononucleated cells and MC3T3-E1 cells," Cancer Cell International, vol.
Mononucleated cells (MNCs) were isolated from BM aspirates (n = 4) by density centrifugation with Ficoll (Histopaque[R]-1077, Sigma).
Brain CT scan was negative for focal lesions; however, the lumbar puncture (LB) showed the presence of 300 mononucleated cells (MNC)/[micro]l in the cerebrospinal fluid (CSF).
A glioma cell line with a completely methylated MGMT promoter and peripheral blood mononucleated cells served as positive and negative control samples, respectively.
In one study, preterm infants born by cesarean delivery were compared with preterm infants born by vaginal delivery in terms of [H.sub.2][O.sub.2]-induced oxidative DNA damage and repair capacity (residual DNA damage) in peripheral blood mononucleated cells [100].
Briefly, after mononucleated cell isolation with BD CPT vacutainer tubes, CD45 positive cells were depleted with EasySep[TM] Human CD45 Depletion Kit (Stem Cell Technologies) according to manufacturer's recommendation.
Histopathology revealed a dimorphic population of mononucleated cytotrophoblasts, intermediate trophoblasts and multinucleated syncitiotrophoblasts showing nuclear pleomorphism and hyperchromasia with adjacent areas of hemorrhage and necrosis.