pyknosis

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pyknosis

(pɪkˈnəʊsɪs)
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a variant spelling of pycnosis
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Noun1.pyknosis - a degenerative state of the cell nucleus
disease - an impairment of health or a condition of abnormal functioning
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P 24 and P 25 AMSCs exhibited typical senescence feature in the majority of AMSCs, such as vacuole, flatten shape, and karyopyknosis (Fig.
In the focal zone of HIFU, the morphology changes, including karyopyknosis, and chromatin fracture fragments, which are surrounded by a cell membrane with some organelles such as mitochondria, then form apoptotic bodies and activate the caspase to regulate the process of apoptosis [24].
Morphologic changes of the heart (200x magnification (d, e, f)) and liver (400x magnification (g, h, i)) were processed for HE staining at 30 days (short arrows for infiltrated inflammatory cells and long arrows for focal myolysis; yellow arrowheads for karyopyknosis and black arrowheads for vacuolar degeneration).
Infiltration of macrophages was observed in the PMVECs in the patients with AAD complicated with ALI, together with karyopyknosis in various forms and chromatin margination.
Cells undergoing apoptosis display a bright blue colour after staining due to karyopyknosis and chromatin condensation [86, 87].
And Figure 4 displayed that morphological changes including chromatic agglutination, karyopyknosis, and nuclear fragmentation could be observed in glutamate model group by fluorescence microscopy.
The histopathological examination of kidney showed serious congestion in the renal tubular interstitium in the PBS group, as well as hyperaemia in the glomeruli capillaries, swelling, and degeneration of renal tubular epithelial cells, and karyopyknosis of few epithelial cells (Figure 5(h)), while F17A-MF59 group showed slight congestion in the renal tubular interstitium, along with hyperaemia in the glomeruli capillaries and also less extent of karyopyknosis and degeneration in epithelial cells (Figure 5(i)).