Apoptosis and cell cycle analysis of melanoma cells transfected with nucleolar
protein 14 (NOP14) overexpression or empty vector.
Microscopic characteristics include chromatin nucleolar
(CN), perinucleolar (PN), cortical alveoli (CA), primary (Vtg1), secondary (Vtg2), tertiary vitellogenic (Vtg3), germinal vesicle breakdown oocytes (GVBD), postovulatory follicles (POF), atretic eggs (A), and oil droplets (arrow).
Moreover, in order to provide evidence that this procedure also preserves chromatin localization of sRNAs, we verified that the small nucleolar
RNA RNU44 was enriched in the CPE as compared to SNF.
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Asi, la identificacion de siete grupos cromosomicos de morfologia similar y la ausencia de dominancia nucleolar
apoyan nuestra propuesta sobre el origen autotetraploide de T.
The 18S-25S rDNA appear as condensed blocks at interphase nuclei, mostly arranged at the periphery of the nucleus, though a small number of them locate within the nucleolus or at the nucleolar
periphery, probably corresponding to the terminal macrosatellite of active-NOR pairs (Fig.
Key words: Argyrophilic Nucleolar
Organizer Regions, Breast carcinoma, Bloom and Richardson Grade, Estrogen receptor.
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organizer regions in the interphase cell nucleus in the population of indigenous people of Kursk region.
Nuclei were large, round, vesicular, with prominent nucleoli (nucleolar