anucleate

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anucleate

(eɪˈnjuːklɪɪt) or

anucleated

adj
(of a cell) having no nucleus
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Repeated fine needle aspiration from different sites revealed fragments of benign ductal epithelial cell in monolayer sheets in a background of abundant mature nucleated and anucleated squamous cells with occasional dysplastic squamous cells (Figure 1A and 1B).
The barrier properties of the skin reside in the outer 15 mm of the stratum corneum, which was previously regarded as rather inert or even dead, because the cells are anucleated and completely keratinized.
Each stage during the cycle has a singular and differential cell composition involving different proportions of parabasal, intermediate, and superficial nucleated or anucleated cells.
The function of the anucleated apyrene sperm is still not clear, and although it is not involved in fertilization, it constitutes 50-90% of the total amount of the transferred sperm (Silberglied et al.
Hyperkeratosis indicates large number of anucleated squamous cells present in Pap smear.
Platelets are anucleated cells derived from megakaryocytes which typically circulate for 10 days (5).
These anucleated cells are embedded in a lipid matrix of ceramides, cholesterol, and free fatty acids to form the "brick and mortar" structure of the SC that seals the epidermis and provides protection to the skin (Menon et al.
At 72 hours the 5-FU treated cells were anucleated with vacuolization of the cytoplasm.
Once the cells have reached this outer most layer they have gone through a process of differentiation, which has transformed them into dead, flattened, anucleated cells called "coenocytes", which can take between 28 46 days to complete.
The NFkB pathway inhibitors Bay 11-7082 and parthenolide induce programmed cell death in anucleated erythrocytes.