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mononuclear

[¦män·ō′nü·klē·ər]
(cell and molecular biology)
Having only one nucleus.
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These patients then receive a high target dose of 200 million mononuclear cells directly to injured cardiac tissue using a proprietary delivery system.
Methods: We assessed the effect of allergen inhalation challenge on mRNA-expression for IL-22 and IL-22 BP, and IL-22 receptor in mononuclear cells of the broncheoalveolar fluid (BALF) from individuals with allergic asthmatic.
Se puede observar mayor organizacion celular alrededor del granuloma, intenso infiltrado mononuclear periferico con presencia de pigmentos de hemosiderina en 21 DPI, con aumento del numero de fibroblastos y macrofagos alrededor do inoculo (Figura 3-a y 3-b).
Once the bone marrow is drawn from the patient, it is processed in a highly advanced machine, generating a concentrate of mononuclear cells and bone marrow derived plasma.
FNAC from the cervical node appeared moderately cellular showing polymorphous infiltration of mature lymphocytes, eosinophils, mononuclear giant cells with prominent nucleoli, occasional bi-nucleate Reed Sternberg cells, epithelioid granuloma in a fibrinous background.
On microscopy, uniform distribution of osteoclast-like giant cells against a background of mononuclear round to oval cells is the most important diagnostic clue.
The objective of the present study was the comparison of the yield of bone marrow-derived mononuclear cells harvested from dogs with two different anticoagulants as well as evaluates the difference in the phenotype of the isolated cells for future use of non-expanded cells in cell therapy.
Though HCV is considered to hepatotropic virus, some investigations suggest that the virus infects peripheral blood mononuclear cells (PBMCs) that might support to viral resistance in the course of anti-viral therapy (Cavalheiro et al.
Specific topics covered include gold-mediated reactions, binary gold-carbon species and the gas phase delta on mononuclear gold compounds.
The potency of compounds on IgE suppression were investigated using U266 cells and verified using human peripheral blood mononuclear cells (n = 25) from peanut-allergic patients.
However, extensive sampling of tissues and large numbers of peripheral blood mononuclear cells for the presence of HIV-1 is necessary to understand the full effect of allogeneic HSCT on HIV-1 persistence," they wrote, arguing that treatment interruption was also necessary to establish if the virus was in remission.