neoplastic cell


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Noun1.neoplastic cell - a cell that is part of tumor
somatic cell, vegetative cell - any of the cells of a plant or animal except the reproductive cells; a cell that does not participate in the production of gametes; "somatic cells are produced from preexisting cells";
cancer cell - a cell that is part of a malignant tumor
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This tumor shows sharp demarcation between conventional low-grade myxoinflammatory fibroblastic sarcoma consisting of scattered neoplastic cells within an inflammatory fibromyxoid background with arrow indicating a neoplastic cell with inclusion-like nucleolus (A), and high-grade undifferentiated sarcoma with fascicles of pleomorphic spindle cells, brisk mitotic activity, and atypical mitoses (B) (hematoxylin-eosin, original magnification X400 [A and B]).
However, the neoplastic cell morphology and immunohistochemical staining properties were suggestive of a salivary or nasal cavity submucous gland origin.
Mixed ductal and lobular carcinoma exhibits distinctive and separate foci of IDC, ILC and neoplastic cell in each component shows different E-Cadherin reactivity patterns.
Diseased mussels showed heavy levels of hemocyte or neoplastic cell infiltration in connective tissues, particularly in subepithelial regions.
A number of studies have shown that various vitamins K, specifically vitamin K2, possessed antitumor activity on various types of rodent- and human-derived neoplastic cell lines.
Six tumours showed expression of class III [beta]tubulin in more than 1 per cent of neoplastic cell population.
Smears of neoplastic cell suspension from each animal were stained with Panotico stain (Laborclin Products LTDA, Pinhais, Parana, Brazil) and Giemsa.
Histologically, the tumor revealed ribbon type of neoplastic cell arrangement with locust stroma between cords of cells.
It is suggested that p53 is responsible for triggering a number of changes in the nuclear chromatin, which would modify drastically and permanently the genetic material expression, resulting in neoplastic cell senescence (PIETSCH et al.
Montreal, Canada) has patented a method for using antisense oligonucleotides directed against specific nucleic acid sequences coding for receptors, alone or in combination, in order to inhibit the inflammatory reaction that is present in asthma, atopy or hypereosinophilia and to inhibit neoplastic cell proliferation.
4) As opposed to the neoplastic cell reaction in the avian cases, the normal germ cells of testicles of control chickens, like human testicular tissue, are negative for calretinin.
However, the authors noted that labeling with CD3 was variable among the neoplastic cell populations throughout the body: not all of the neoplastic cells were positive for CD3, suggesting that some neoplastic cells had lost their characteristic cell-surface markers.