Bronchial cells

the air cells terminating the bronchia.

See also: Bronchial

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Pathologic examination of a bronchoalveolar lavage (BAL) sample showed scattered cells, primarily columnar bronchial cells, with cytomorphologic changes reminiscent of BK polyomavirus (BKPyV) infected decoy cells.
A 2009 University of British Columbia study found that typical commercially available Echinacea preparations are effective in reducing the body's production of inflammatory proteins in human bronchial cells.
The BEAS-2B cell line was derived by transforming human bronchial cells with an adenovirus 12-simian virus 40 construct (Reddel et al.
Papanicolaou stained filter preparations showed numerous acute inflammatory cells, reactive bronchial cells and broad, ribbonlike aseptate fungal hyphae with right angled branching at irregular intervals consistent with Rhizopus /mucor infection (Figures 1A and 1B).
Until now, it has not been described that apoptosis is induced by this kind of treatment in bronchial cells.
The team has also established they can insert the gene into cultured human bronchial cells.
of cells 244 (213-496) 255 (215-633) 258 (229-438) Bronchial cells (%) 14.
Microscopic examination of the bronchial aspirate showed no squamous epithelial cells, a few gram-negative bacilli, leukocytes, and many ciliated bronchial cells.
Primary human bronchial cells were obtained from healthy nonsmoking adult volunteers by cytologic brushing at bronchoscopy after they provided informed consent.
The results from the repeated ISO versus BD photochemical experiment using differentiated human bronchial cells derived from multiple individuals (Figure 4D) show that both ISO and BD photochemical products induced no significant change in cytotoxicity compared with the clean air exposure.
The same experimental protocol was used to expose differentiated human bronchial cells to both ISO and BD photochemical degradation products.
Immediately following the third day of exposure, the researchers conducted bronchoalveolar lavage (BAL) on the animals, washing their lungs with a neutral solution and then determining the nature and number of bronchial cells washed into the lavage fluid.