vacuolar


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vacuolar

 [vak´u-o″lar]
containing, or of the nature of, vacuoles.

vac·u·o·lar

(vak-yū-ō'lăr),
Relating to or resembling a vacuole.

vacuolar

/vac·u·o·lar/ (vak´u-o″lar) containing, or of the nature of, vacuoles.

vac·u·o·lar

(vak'yū-ō'lăr)
Relating to or resembling a vacuole.

vacuolar

containing, or of the nature of, vacuoles.
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Caption: FIGURE 3: A, Focal vacuolar degeneration in ischemic preconditioning group (marked with arrowheads) (hematoxylin and eosin).
a) Atrophic epidermis, vacuolar degeneration of basal layer, edema in upper dermis, and lymphocytic infiltration (H-E x 100).
Transgenic plant showed improved salt tolerance and also showed up-regulation and down-regulation of membrane transport genes including vacuolar [H.
1) The most common disease of spinal cord in HIV is the vacuolar myelopathy.
Histological examination revealed the entrapment of r-MSC in the vacuolar spaces of decellularized cornea (Figure 11).
Microscopic lesions in skin of rabbits: In this study, salient findings included; mononuclear cell infiltration in connective tissue of dermis and vacuolar degeneration of keratinocytes.
The dominant histological feature was vacuolar degeneration of the epidermis without sunburn cells.
The extraction of tannins from the skin is regulated by the type of interaction established with the polysaccharides of the vacuolar membrane or wall.
A second skin biopsy from the trunk showed focal hyperkeratosis, parakeratosis, erythrocyte extravasation, basal vacuolar degeneration, and perivascular lymphocytic infiltration in the upper dermis (Figure-2b).
ClickPress, Thu Aug 20 2015] RNAII for injection, one kind of immunomodulator, can improve body immunity and inhibit tumor by causing vacuolar degeneration and colliquative necrosis in tumor cells as well as generating large amounts of hyperplastic fibroblasts, macrophages, lymphocytes or even connective tissue to substitute tumor tissue.