inclusion body


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inclusion body

[in′klü·zhən ‚bäd·ē]
(virology)
Any of the abnormal structures appearing within the cell nucleus or the cytoplasm during the course of virus multiplication.
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Inclusion body myopathy-like changes in a family with cerebellar atrophy, mental retardation and abnormal pupils.
The report reviews key players involved Inclusion Body Myositis (IBM) therapeutics and enlists all their major and minor projects
Inclusion body myositis: diagnosis, pathogenesis, and tieatinent options.
TEST PARAMETERS Inclusion Body Wash Solubilization Refold Buffer composition Buffer composition Buffer composition * Chaotropic agents * Chaotropic agents * Chaotropic agents * Detergents * Detergents * Redox agents * Salts * Reducing agents * Amino Acids * Detergents * Sugars * Salts w/v ratio Duration Duration Cycles of Protein Protein centrifugation concentration concentration pH w/v raio
An outbreak of inclusion body disease at the CaliforniaAcademy of Sciences in San Francisco allowed DeRisi's group to assemble a collection of RNA from both sick and well snakes.
Taivassalo noted that patients with sporadic inclusion body myositis improved aerobic capacity and muscle strength as well as combined AT and low-intensity ST of the upper and lower limbs without unfavourable muscle symptoms or further increases in baseline CK.
Lingual localization of an inclusion body fibromatosis (Reye's tumor).
He had been all but housebound for many years with a curious disease called Inclusion Body Myocitis (or IBM for short) which caused the muscles in his legs to all but disappear.
These include four rare diseases (Niemann-Pick disease type C, hereditary inclusion body myopathy, sickle cell disease, and chronic lymphocytic leukemia) and one neglected disease (schistosomiasis).
These include four rare diseases (Nie-mann-Pick Disease Type C, hereditary inclusion body myopathy, sickle cell disease, and chronic lymphocytic leukemia) and one neglected disease (schistosomiasis).