subnuclear

sub·nu·cle·ar

 (sŭb-no͞o′klē-ər, -nyo͞o′-)
adj.
Of or located within the nucleus of an atom; smaller than the nucleus.

subnuclear

(sʌbˈnjuːklɪə)
adj
1. (General Physics) of or relating to particles within the nucleus of an atom
2. (General Physics) of a lesser level of organization than the nucleus of an atom
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(68-73) High-grade RCCs, which demonstrate subnuclear clearing, with linear nuclear array and nuclear pseudoinclusions, have been reported to be enriched in TFE3 genomic aberrations.
This simplicity makes them ideal playgrounds for studying and testing ideas that cover a vast range of apparently unrelated physical systems from the subnuclear to the cosmological.
(a) Shows Endometrial Glands in Secretory Phase, H and E 100x, (b) Shows Endometrial Gland in Secretory Phase Exhibiting Subnuclear Vacuolation and Stroma showing Decidual Changes, H and E, 400x, (c) Shows Endometrial Glands in Proliferative Phase, H and E, 100x, (d) Shows Endometrial Glands in Disordered Proliferative Phase, H and E, 100x
Tanigawa et al., "NEAT1 long noncoding RNA regulates transcription via protein sequestration within subnuclear bodies," Molecular Biology of the Cell, vol.
van Wijnen et al., "Altered Runx1 subnuclear targeting enhances myeloid cell proliferation and blocks differentiation by activating a miR-24/MKP7/MAPK network," Cancer Research, vol.
Status of Theoretical Understanding and of Experimental Power for LHC Physics and Beyond: 50th Anniversary Celebration of the Quark: Proceedings of the International School of Subnuclear Physics
and Miyanishi, T., A novel alternative splicing isoform of human T-cell leukemia virus type 1 bZIP factor (HBZ-SI) targets distinct subnuclear localization.
Early secretory phase: presence of tubular-shaped glands; subnuclear vacuoles in more than 50% of the epithelial cells, involving more than 50% of glands; presence of mitotic activity in the glandular cells (Fig.
Might we fear arms races in the second conventional age less because of the subnuclear consequences of an advanced conventional missile system, or should we fear it more because of the lower threshold to the use of armed force that might be involved?
RUNX2 is localized in the cell nucleus and perinucleolar region.[sup][14],[21],[22] The NMTS-associated subnuclear foci of RUNX2 are responsible for the transactivation of the osteoblast-specific osteocalcin gene in osseous cells.[sup][14] To identify the nuclear localization of the RUNX2 mutation, we transfected both pEGFP-C1- RUNX2 and pEGFP-C1- RUNX2 -mut plasmids into HEK293T cells.
Gall, "Subnuclear organelles: new insights into form and function," Trends in Cell Biology, vol.
Kannabiran et al., "Premature truncation of a novel protein, RD3, exhibiting subnuclear localization is associated with retinal degeneration," American Journal of Human Genetics, vol.