mitotic index


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mitotic index

[mī′täd·ik ′in‚deks]
(cell and molecular biology)
The number of cells undergoing mitosis per thousand cells.
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World Health Organisation (WHO) has classified NET according to their mitotic index and Ki-67 index.
The mitotic index was 17 per 10 X400 fields (2.37 [mm.sup.2]), and numbers of karyomegalic cells and multinucleated cells were increased compared to the initial biopsy.
Mitotic Index Percentage (MI) along the three months collecting water from wells.
The Ki-67 proliferative index is not included among the accepted prognostic factors, yet many studies (15, 16) have revealed that it is more valuable than the mitotic index. Nilsson et al.
Once your dog's cancer has been verified and staged--including a mitotic index to determine how aggressive it is, plus evaluating any identifiable spread--a treatment plan is developed.
The cellular modifications in cancerous cells allow the cells to proliferate very quickly (high mitotic index) in many cases, and indeed even encourage new fresh supplies of blood vessels to help feed their growing needs.
(lettuce)--a plant model employed to detect macroscopic alterations, via seed germination and root growth, as well as microscopic changes, involving cytogenetic bioassays to evaluate the mitotic index and occurrence of chromosomal and nuclear alterations (Silveira, Lima, Reis, Palmieri, & Andrade-Vieria, 2017).
This includes melanomas that are clinical stage IB/Tib or IB/Tla lesions less than 0.8 mm with adverse features such as a high mitotic index of at least 2 per [mm.sup.2], especially in a younger patient.
It is also known as the antigen identified by monoclonal antibody and is usually used for mitotic index and tumor grading (Scholzen & Gerdes, 2000).
The ratio of the number of hepatocytes undergoing mitosis to the total number of hepatocytes was reported as the mitotic index (MI).