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nu·cle·at·ed

 (no͞o′klē-ā′tĭd, nyo͞o′-)
adj.
Having a nucleus or nuclei: the nucleated cell of a spermatozoon.
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Adj.1.nucleated - having a nucleus or occurring in the nucleus; "nucleated cells"
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nu·cle·at·ed

a. nucleado-a, que posee un núcleo.
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(1) Nonstandard abbreviations: IVH, intraventricular hemorrhage; NRBC, nucleated erythrocyte; Hyp, hypoxanthine; Xan, xanthine; CI, confidence interval; and LR, likelihood ratio.
Prenatal diagnosis of Duchenne muscular dystrophy using a single fetal nucleated erythrocyte in maternal blood.
Improved fetal nucleated erythrocyte sorting purity using intracellular antifetal hemoglobin and Hoechst 33342.
Nucleated erythrocytes in healthy infants and in infants of diabetic mothers.
In our study, autoantibodies should not bind to the cytoplasmic domain of normal nucleated erythrocytes, but in some pathological conditions (oxidative damage, acute/chronic virus infection, and increased calcium concentration), the membrane of cells can be damaged, causing deformity.
(1,3,4,17) Commercial laboratory analytical protocols often do not provide measurement of Hgb levels in species with nucleated erythrocytes or provide for calculation of the corresponding RBC indices.
(1980), similar to the MBs that are characteristic of nearly all vertebrate nucleated erythrocytes and clotting cells (Fawcett and Witebsky, 1964; Shepro et al., 1966; Behnke, 1970; Jagadeeswaran et al., 1999).