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D, LINC00261 overexpression suppressed intranuclear [beta]-catenin.
Intranuclear inclusions were seen only in 16% of cases.
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Histology showed several voluminous eosinophilic intranuclear inclusions of probable viral nature in endothelial cells, histiocytes in lung parenchyma (Fig.
On histopathological examination, the tumor comprised alternating fascicles of spindle cells exhibiting high mitotic activity, marked pleomorphism, and intranuclear inclusions (figure 2A).
Primary structure of NuMA, an intranuclear protein that defines a novel pathway for segregation of proteins at mitosis.
The pathologic pattern was most consistent with FTLD-TDP type A, characterized by innumerable, superficial isocortical neuronal inclusions and neurites in affected areas and intranuclear "lentiform" inclusions in both cortex and affected subcortical nuclei.
2015), transcribed from intranuclear DNA and transported to the cytoplasm, where a pre-microRNA is cleaved into mature microRNAs (Figure 1) (CREEMERS et al.
These proteins are identified by a silver colloid staining technique and visualized as dark intranuclear dots under the microscope.
Working together, their research teams have demonstrated both intracellular and intranuclear delivery of soloMER binding domains.
An oxytocin receptor antagonist infused into the supraoptic nucleus attenuates intranuclear and peripheral release of oxytocin during suckling in conscious rats.