typically comprises of around 200 cells with many nuclei and enormous hypertrophy of the syncytial elements, which leads to an enlargement of the feeding site, usually the region nearest to the head of the nematode (Fig.
In the terminal villi we observed focal stromal edema, capillary angiomatosis, and thinning of syncytium
The basis for the formation of bone mass is represented by the signal that is received at the level of the osteocytary syncytium
due to mechanical application of bone, and that triggers the formation of bone.
Role of the syncytium
in placenta-mediated complications of preeclampsia.
Gap junctions between adjacent granulosa cells create a functional syncytium
Vitelline cells form a syncytium
surrounding each embryo; although many vitelline cells are observed among the blastomeres and dispersed within the cocoon (see Figures 4-5).
the syncytia and lysis were estimated by visual analysis in contrast microscopy; n/s--nuclei per syncytium
These changes in the amino acid residue also correlate with non syncytium
inducing (NSI) or syncytium
inducing (SI) virus phenotype (2).
Effects of the discrete pattern of electrical coupling on propagation through an electrical syncytium
These bridges form a syncytium
and promote synchronization in cell division and cell differentiation (Alberti & Weinmann 1985; Alberts et al.
6 g of new syncytium
each day from all of the placental cell divisions.
The media was formed by typically striated myocardium where the syncytium
showed the characteristic cross-striation of myofibrils.