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intercellular

[¦in·tər′sel·yə·lər]
(histology)
Of or pertaining to the region between cells.
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Construction of pDC316-mCMV-EGFP-dendritic cell-specific intercellular adhesion molecule-3-grabbing nonintegrin
Bright green fluorescence at margin of cells in case of individual cells and in intercellular region in case of group of cells was considered as positivity of smear for pemphigus vulgaris.
Having the ability to measure changes in tractions at the intercellular level may serve as an early cancer-detection tool.
Gap junctions have intercellular pores that facilitate the passage
(a) Hematoxylin and eosin staining showed moderately differentiated malignant cells with abundant cytoplasm connected with intercellular bridge.
TJs contain a complex of proteins spanning the intercellular cleft (occludin and claudin) and junctional adhesion molecules [2, 20].
(20) These adaptive responses are probably regulated epigenetically and likely involve intra- and intercellular signaling.
Under normal conditions, ECs maintain the stable cytoskeleton system and effective intercellular junctions to preserve normal barrier function, while many pathologic conditions can damage the stabilization of intercellular junctions, subsequently resulting in endothelial hyperpermeability.
Table-2: Comparison of vessel involvement with intercellular adhesion molecules levels.
The SEPEC cytotoxic factor causes elongation and loss of intercellular junctions in Vero (African green monkey kidney epithelial) cells (data not shown), same as observed in HUVEC cells (Fig.
In pemphigus vulgaris, autoantibodies develop against intercellular desmosomes (anti-desmoglein 3 in the mucosal variety), resulting in loss of cohesion of interepidermal cells followed by blistering and ulceration.
Loss of intercellular bridges leading to acantholysis with few intact intercellular bridges giving a deliapidated brick wall appearance.