plasmacyte


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plasmacyte

[′plaz·mə‚sīt]
(histology)
A fairly large, generally ovoid cell with a small, eccentrically placed nucleus; the chromatin material is adherent to the nuclear membrane and the cytoplasm is agranular and deeply basophilic everywhere except for a clear area adjacent to the nucleus in the area of the cytocentrum. Also known as plasma cell.
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94,95) This is likely because p38 MAPK inhibition leads to inhibiting IL-6 secretion induced by adherence of malignant plasmacytes to bone marrow stromal cells, a major molecule for the survival and proliferation of myeloma cells.
The dermal infiltrate included histiocytes in all specimens, neutrophils in 11 (48%), and plasmacytes in 22 (96%).
The dermal infiltrate included histiocytes in all specimens, neutrophils in 11 (48%), and plasmacytes in 22 (96%), however, plasmacytes were conspicuous in only 7 specimens (30%).

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