perinuclear space

cis·ter·na car·y·o·the·'cae

the space between the internal and external membranes of the nuclear envelope; may be continuous in places with cisterns of the endoplasmic reticulum.

perinuclear space

the space between the inner and outer nuclear membranes as illustrated in electron microscope recordings.
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Consequently, the essential parameters allowing evaluating the red cell capability under the adaptation conditions are the perinuclear space characteristics, primarily, the width and depth.
Thus, the research results show that within the adaptive processes taking place in the hens' nuclear red cells a particular role is assigned to the capacity of the perinuclear space which decreased significantly, apparently, such reduction is aimed at increase of the cell effective volume.
In the course of the hens' adaptation to photodesynchronosis the capacity of the perinuclear space of the blood red cells, mainly through its width, is reduced.
At 48 hours after heat treatment the tumor cells displayed small shrunken degenerating nuclei with dark markedly condensed chromatin and a wide clear perinuclear space occasionally containing altered virus particles were found in the tumor cells.
The nucleus having nuclear membrane is encircled by a double layered membrane; named as nuclear envelope having nuclear pores on it that allow protein to pass and the space between the membranes is known as perinuclear space.
The geometry of this model is composed of sub domains; extracellular medium cellular membrane cytoplasm nuclear envelope perinuclear space nuclear membrane and nucleus.
through the nuclear envelope and reach the perinuclear space where B reacts with water and proteins forming tetrols (T) and protein adduct (P).