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mononuclear

[¦män·ō′nü·klē·ər]
(cell and molecular biology)
Having only one nucleus.
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The system can generate a concentration of bone marrow in less than 20 minutes, with consistently high mononuclear cell (MNC) and CD34+ progenitor cell recovery rates and greater than 98 percent depletion of contaminating RBCs and 80 percent depletion of granulocytes (GRN).
3- Perivascular mononuclear inflammation was classified into mild (individual cells), moderate (groups of cells) and severe (cells forming a cuff around the vessel).
Cytokine determination in cultures of cow's milk protein-stimulated peripheral blood mononuclear cells
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.
Los focos de necrosis no fueron mas observados; el foco inflamatorio fue mas organizado con presencia de infiltrado mononuclear, restos de pigmentos compatibles con hemosiderina y fibroblastos que rodean el inoculo.
Spagnoletta et al., "Immune profile of obese people and in vitro effects of red grape polyphenols on peripheral blood mononuclear cells," Oxidative Medicine and Cellular Longevity, vol.
Several preclinical and clinical experiments have been reported on the safety and efficacy of bone-marrow-derived mononuclear cells to treat liver disorders [5-8].
The percentage of both macrophages and helper T cells in the mononuclear cell population in the synovia of ankle joints is consistent with the swelling in the hind paws of AA rats [17].
In this study, the authors used data from public databases to compare microarray data from the thymus and miRNome data from peripheral blood mononuclear cells (PBMCs).
Amongst the various kinds of stem cell treatments used worldwide, autologous mononuclear stem cells (aSCs) are now given special attention.
Smears from the bronchial wash showed polymorphous population of lymphocytes, neutrophils, mononuclear giant cells showing prominent nucleoli, occasional binucleate cells and scattered endobronchial cells in haemorrhagic background.