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nucleoplasm

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

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

the contents of the cell nucleus inside the NUCLEAR MEMBRANE.
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In addition, the micronuclei test revealed a 2.8-fold increase in the number of nucleoplasmic bridges that signal chromosome rearrangement.
This implies that the mutant exchange more slowly with nucleoplasmic pool of free GFP tagged mutant protein than the wild type protein.
Autoantibodies from patients with primary biliary cirrhosis recognize a restricted region within the nucleoplasmic domain of inner nuclear membrane protein LBR.
(2013), cells with NBUDs have the following characteristics [42]: (1) the main nucleus has a sharp constriction forming a bud of nuclear material, (2) NBUDs are attached to the main nucleus by a narrow or wide nucleoplasmic bridge, (3) NBUDs and their associated nucleoplasmic bridges have similar staining intensity as the main nucleus, and (4) they usually have a diameter that is 1/3rd-1/16th of that of the main nucleus but in some rarer case (broken eggs) could be even greater and almost up to the same size as the main nucleus.
In contrast to micronuclei, which are detached from the main nucleus, nuclear buds remain attached to the nucleus through a thin nucleoplasmic stalk (Fenech 2007) [see Supplemental Material, Figure 4A (doi:10.1289/ehp.1002312)].
Intra- and inter-laboratory variation in the scoring of micronuclei and nucleoplasmic bridges in binucleated human lymphocytes.