thymocyte


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thymocyte

[′thī·mə‚sīt]
(histology)
A lymphocyte formed in the thymus.
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sup][11] VEGF does not induce thymocyte apoptosis, but, instead, rapidly decreases the number of the earliest observable progenitors in the thymic tumor.
In fact, GSH-depleted thymocytes were more susceptible to apoptosis [100] whereas NAC appears to inhibit GSH depletion and enhance lymphocyte survival [88].
Alcohol also activates an enzyme acting at the thymocyte membrane called adenylate cyclase, which increases the intracellular concentration of cyclic AMP (Atkinson et al.
Due to out of specification (OOS) findings on the product stability prior to the expiration date, specific batches of Rabbit Anti-Human Thymocyte Immunoglobulin (Thymoglobuline) 5mg/mL Powder for Solution for IV Infusion has been voluntarily recalled," the FDA said.
Measles virus infection of thymic epithelium in the SCID-hu mouse leads to thymocyte apoptosis.
Glucocorticoid induced thymocyte apoptosis is associated with endogenous endonuclease activation.
Lesions of the fornix have been shown to increase the proliferation of splenic cells and hippocampal lesions have resulted in the increase of both splenic and thymocyte cells (Rozman, Cross, Brooks, & Markesbery, 1985).
Neuroendocrine control of T cell development in mammals: role of growth hormone in modulating thymocyte migration.
Addition of orthovanadate to thymocyte cultures inhibited the mitogenic response in a concentration-dependent fashion.