(3, 14) Specific identification of tumor deposits as isolated tumor cells, micrometastases, and cytokeratin-positive nonnucleated
cells was not required as part of this data set, but can be recorded as per local practices for data collection.
H and E staining of biopsies taken from Group 1 rats on day 98 revealed a high number of nonnucleated
, intensely damaged, cystic fat cells with impaired membrane integrity, as well as ongoing cellular infiltration even in the late period, and vascular congestion and intense fibrosis [Figure 6a and b].
Mature RBCs are nonnucleated
, biconcave disc-shaped cells, and PLTs exhibit a colour that is similar to the WBC nuclei and an irregular shape.
The quality and value of freshwater nonnucleated
pearls depend on the characteristics of pearl size, color, shape, luster, and surface.
It is at work in every "major transition" in evolution: from single replicators to ensembles of genes, from nonnucleated
to nucleated single-cell organisms, from single-cell organisms to multi-cellular organisms, and from isolated individual organisms to social organisms (Bowles and Gintis, Cooperative Species; Calcott and Sterelny; Haidt; Maynard Smith and Szathmaary; Michod; Simpson).
They are nonnucleated
and possess little viable mitochondria, glycogen, many types of morphologically variant granules (dense core granules and lysosomes), and a complex membranous system.
Overall, Figure 4 supports the hypothesis that membrane physical properties play a role in microparticle release for both nucleated and nonnucleated
Platelets are small nonnucleated
blood cells that have a vital role in hemostasis and thrombosis and are produced in the bone marrow from megakaryocytes.
We used a hemocytometer with trypan blue exclusion to obtain total cell counts (excluding nonnucleated
4 for nucleated and nonnucleated
Reticulocyte counts are based on identification of residual ribosomes and RNA in immature nonnucleated
red blood cells (RBCs).