This positively charged molecule can combine with cell membranes by electrostatic and hydrophobic interactions followed by membrane insertion to form a permeable channel that preludes cell autolysis
and death .
lacrymans to metabolize sorghum, causing C-starvation, cell autolysis
, and the dilution of secreted protein with cellular protein asseen in C-starved cultures of Paxillus involutus and Aspergillus niger [20, 32].
Cells in mantle layer show autophagic vacuoles in different stages of autolysis
The meninges and underlying brain tissue appeared moderately to severely congested, with varying degrees of necrosis or autolysis
. Most birds had insect remains in their gizzards.
As the growth enters the death phase, the pH of the medium will become more basic from the release of ammonia during autolysis
also occurs during this period, yielding the release of intracellular compounds suchas amino acids, peptides, proteins, polysaccharides, nucleic acid derivatives, and lipids.
In the later course of the fermentation cells go on forming at slow rate and banana waste degradation continues due to attack of extracellular as well as intracellular cellulase liberated as a result of autolysis
If, at the beginning of the century, psycho-analytical theories provided explanations through a retro-projected aggressiveness, or "reversed crime," contemporary suicidology considers that other abysmal emotions stand for a better explanation of autolysis
: shame, guilt, despair, helpless dependence.
A proper fixative fluid should fulfill the following criteria: 1) prevention of autolysis
, 2) preservation of structures between and 3) within the cells and inhibition of contamination by bacterial or molds growth (Perry et al., 2016).
Few specimens underwent autolysis
before the examination.
Three patients were not diagnosed as leprosy by histopathology; two of those had normal findings, one had autolysis
. Of the 52 histopathologically diagnosed cases, 9 (17%) were also positive by Ziehl Neelsen (Z-N) stain.