Latrophilins function as heterophilic
cell-adhesion molecules by binding to teneurins: regulation by alternative splicing.
Histopathologic examination of the latter lesions revealed myofibril necrosis with Zenker's degeneration and a heterophilic
, lymphocytic, plasmacytic inflammatory reaction.
s) the subject of procurement is the systems for sampling of biological materials for laboratory diagnosis, Divided into 7 groups: Group 1 - venetian sampling; Group 2 - capillary sampling; Group 3 - sedimentation; Group 4 - microbiology; Group 5 - plastic tubes; Group 6 - transport of samples; Group 7 - heterophilic
The differential diagnosis of inappropriate TSH secretion includes nonthyroidal illness, medications, assay interference due to heterophilic
antibodies, TH resistance, and TSHoma.
Interference from heterophilic
antibodies in troponin testing.
According to Rogers, an individual is often heterophilic
in nature, thus the use of appropriate channel is important to establish an equation so that innovation can be easily diffused (Rogers, 2010).
Polysialic acid directs tumor cell growth by controlling heterophilic
neural cell adhesion molecule interactions.
12 protein insertion into mitochondrial membrane involved in apoptotic signaling pathway Heterophilic
cell-cell 29 7 1.
Severe histiolymphocytic and heterophilic
bronchopneumonia as a vaccination in broiler chicks reaction to in ovofowlpox.
They are heterophilic
interactions, representing the incompatibility between the extraordinary and the "abnormative" effort and expected returns of intentional actions--instrumental (LIN 2006).
In early stages, a strong inflammatory reaction with heterophilic
granulocytes in the lamina propria may be observed, whereas in later stages, diffuse coagulative necrosis of the mucosa may be present, with gram-positive rods associated with the lesions but not invading the epithelium (TIMBERMONT et al.
High TSH levels as an artifact due to circulating heterophilic
antibodies against thyrotropin.