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enucleate

[ē′nü·klē‚āt]
(cell and molecular biology)
To remove the nucleus from a cell.
(medicine)
To remove an organ or a tumor in its entirety, as an eye from its socket.
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Thirty-nine enucleated eyes of 39 patients were included in the study during the study period.
When patient was seen after 2nd session, there was total exudative retinal detachment with severe activity in the vitreous and finally the eye had to be enucleated.
Furthermore, we compared clinical characteristics of HRF and non-HRF tumor samples collected from enucleated eyes.
Enucleated, by touch we sing what's beautiful must be an action, something you can do with your hands.
Wakayama et al developed a mouse somatic cell NT method by injecting donor nuclei into enucleated oocytes using a piezo unit (6).
Fifty five eyes were enucleated, to save the lives of the patients.
Shoukhrat Mitalipov and his team at the Oregon National Primate Research Center have successfully transferred the nuclear genetic material from a mother's egg containing mtDNA mutations into an enucleated (45) healthy donor egg with normal mtDNA.
Mountford said that the haemoglobin in the synthetic red cells also shows signs of being more similar to foetal than adult haemoglobin, but she believes that further research will lead to mature, enucleated red blood cells with adult haemoglobin.
He added that the patient underwent a successful three-hour surgery, noting that a 13-cm long tumor was enucleated from his chest after it was separated from the superior vena cava and the lungs.
International classifcation of retinoblastoma Stage 0 Patients treated conservatively Stage I Eye enucleated, completely resected histologically Stage II Eye enucleated, microscopic residual tumour Stage III Regional extension a.
These genetic alterations can be achieved by inserting a gene into an egg cell or by inserting the chromosomes of one egg cell into an enucleated egg containing only mitochondrial DNA.