cytoplast


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cytoplast

[′sīd·ə‚plast]
(cell and molecular biology)
The cytoplasmic substance of eukaryotic cells, including a network of proteins forming an internal skeleton and the attached nucleus and organelles.
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Effects of enucleation and caffeine on Maturation-Promoting Factor (MPF) and Mitogen Activated Protein Kinase (MAPK) activities in ovine oocytes used as recipient cytoplasts for nuclear transfer.
Our earlier studies using asbestos fiber--treated cytoplasts and fusion with non-treated karyoplasts provided circumstantial evidence of the role of mitochondria in fiber genotoxicity (Xu et al.
In addition to sperm, three types of particulate matter occur in the lumen of the ducts: Sertoli cell bodies, Sertoli cytoplasts, and Leydig gland bodies.