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chro·mo·phobe

 (krō′mə-fōb′) also chro·mo·pho·bic (-fō′bĭk)
adj.
Not staining readily with dye. Used of a cell or cell structure.
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chromophobe

(ˈkrəʊməˌfəʊb) histology
n
a cell that does not take a stain easily
adj
not taking a stain easily
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chro•mo•phobe

(ˈkroʊ məˌfoʊb)

also chro`mo•pho′bic,



adj.
not staining readily: chromophobe cells.
[1895–1900]
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Translations

chro·mo·phobe

n. cromófobo, tipo de célula que ofrece resistencia al color.
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CD147 expression was found in 112 out of 129 tumor entities with the following incidences: squamous cell carcinomas (60-100%), pancreatic cancer (87%), chromophobic kidney cancer (83%), hepatocellular carcinoma (83%), medullary breast cancer (83%), and glioblastoma multiforme (79%).
The expression of miR-34a was markedly higher in RCC samples with chromophobic renal cell carcinoma and lower in clear cell type (p = 0.039) (Figure 5(a)).
Although several recent studies have evaluated the use of DWI in RCCs, showing higher ADC values in cc-RCCs than papillary and chromophobic types, up to now it cannot be used in distinguishing among the different histotypes [32,33].
Aorta media have profound remodeling, accumulation of collagens, disorganization and fragmentation of elastic blades (Figures 4(h), 4(k), and 4(l)), reduction in the cell/ECM ratio, change of SMCs orientation, which migrate to the lumen, and apparition of foam cells and amorphous chromophobic material.
Normal anterior pituitary gland shows an acinar pattern best outlined by reticulin stain and assortment of cell types with varying tinctures of basophilic, acidophilic, or chromophobic cytoplasm on H&E or special stains, such as periodic acid-Schiff-orange G.
Photos show lymphocytes with multiple chromophobic areas in their cytoplasm.
RCC comprises 2% to 3% of adult tumours and 85% of primary kidney tumours.[sup.4] This type of carcinoma is frequently seen in older adults and rarely in adults under 40.[sup.5] Subtypes of RCC, such as clear cell, chromophilic (papillary), chromophobic, oncocytic and those originating from collective blood, are the most prevalent.
(15) Renal cell carcinoma arises from the tubular epithelium of the kidney and can be divided into several histologic subtypes: clear cell RCC (most common, ~75%), papillary (~15%), chromophobic, oncocytic, and collecting duct.