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nucleoplasm

 [noo´kle-o-plazm″]
the protoplasm of the nucleus of a cell.

kar·y·o·lymph

(kar'ē-ō-limf),
The fluid or gellike substance of the nucleus in which the chromatin material, nucleolus, and other particulate elemnets of the nucleus are suspended.
[karyo- + L. lympha, clear water]

nucleoplasm

/nu·cleo·plasm/ (-plazm″) the protoplasm of the nucleus of a cell.

nucleoplasm

(no͞o′klē-ə-plăz′əm, nyo͞o′-)
n.
The protoplasm of a cell nucleus. Also called karyoplasm.

nu′cle·o·plas′mic, nu′cle·o·plas·mat′ic (-ō-plăz-măt′ĭk) adj.

nucleoplasm

[no̅o̅′klē·əplaz′əm]
Etymology: L, nucleus + Gk, plasma, something formed
the protoplasm of the nucleus as contrasted with that of the cell. Also called karyoplasm. Compare cytoplasm. nucleoplasmic, adj.

nu·cle·o·plasm

(nū'klē-ō-plazm)
The protoplasm of the nucleus of a cell.

nucleoplasm

the contents of the cell nucleus inside the NUCLEAR MEMBRANE.

nucleoplasm

karyoplasm; the protoplasm of the nucleus of a cell.
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Viable neurons were microscopically identified by the presence of typical nuclei with the clear nucleoplasm and a distinct nucleolus, surrounded by purple-stained cytoplasm.
2009a) are targeted to the endoplasmic reticulum (ER), whereas NRF2 is localized primarily to the nucleoplasm and cytoplasm.
Nuclei in the subrhabdomeric layer ceaselessly pass through the basal lamina into the inner segment with development (Plate 1 and Plate 6-32), become a little slender than those of the nuclei in inner segment cells, and have very electron-dense nucleoplasm with many patches of heterochromatin (Plate 6-32).