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lymphoblast

[′lim·fə‚blast]
(histology)
Precursor of a lymphocyte.
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GA might be a potential anti-cancer compound against lymphoblastic leukemia; however, these effects on ALL patient lymphoblasts need to be investigated.
Wallace, "Functional analysis of lymphoblast and cybrid mitochondria containing the 3460, 11778, or 14484 Leber's hereditary optic neuropathy mitochondrial DNA mutation," The Journal of Biological Chemistry, vol.
The dataset contains about 39000 blood elements, where the lymphoblasts (immature lymphocytes) as the target objects have been labeled by the oncology experts.
DNA damage was evident in the TK6 human lymphoblast cell without OxyPower, shown as the comet tail (Figure 2A).
Photo: Chad Robbins, 17, who suffers from acute lymphoblast ic leukemia, gets a surfboard courtesy of the Make-A-Wish Foundation.
Conversely, immunosuppressive responses are host-specific and include decreases in percentages of CD3 and CD4 cells, CD4/CD8 ratio, lymphoblast transformation, and salivary IgA and IgM.
In addition, researchers sequenced lymphoblast DNA from a Caucasian male sample (NA20431) obtained from the Personal Genome Project (www.
A549 cells were also employed as a model for indirect immunofluorescence with an anti-([beta]-tubulin antibody due to a lower nuclear-cytoplasmic ratio compared to lymphoblast cells.
05 and 10 ng/[micro]L) was determined from the standard curve using a series of doubling dilutions of a converted DNA standard from a control lymphoblast cell line during each run.
The potential importance of this in DHF stems from studies which have demonstrated that the dengue virus in vitro invades and replicates poorly in resting lymphocytes but well in stimulated transformed B lymphoblast cells.