An Electron Microscopic Description of Basophilic Stippling in Red Cells By WALLACE N. JENSEN, GIULIANA D. MORENO AND MARCEL C. BEssis I HE FIRST DESCRIPTION of basophihic stippling in erythrocytes was
basotest instructions, page 1 04/02 1005-03 bas otest test kit for the quantitative determination of the degranulation of basophilic granulocytes in heparinized human whole blood for research use only.
The subsequent stages of development are the basophilic erythroblast (prorubricyte), polychromatophilic erythroblast (rubricyte), orthochromatic erythroblast (metarubricyte), polychromatophilic erythrocyte (diffusely basophilic erythrocyte), and erythrocyte.
Monomeric IgE Stimulates NFAT Translocation Into the Nucleus, a Rise in Cytosol Ca 2 , Degranulation, and Membrane Rufﬂing in the Cultured Rat Basophilic
Voltage Sensor Probe (VSP) dyes. During the assay, changes are induced in membrane potential of rat basophilic leukemia cells, RBL 2H3, containing an inward rectifying potassium
Cytoplasm: basophilic, azurophilic granules may be increased in number and or size Infectious mononucleosis, viral hepatitis and other viral infections, tuberculosis, drug (e.g. penicillin) sensitivity, post-transfusion syndrome Toxic granulation Coarse, deeply staining basophilic or blue-black cytoplasmic ...
CARTILAGE BONE CARTILAGE H&E STAINING PROPERTIES Eosinophilic Basophilic FUNCTION Rigid structure & support Shape, precursor to bone NUTRIENTS HC, VC, & canaliculi Diffusion across matrix GROWTH Appositional Appositional & interstitial CELLS Osteocytes, -blasts, -clasts Chondrocytes MATRIX ...
An infiltration of basophilic cells, lymphocytes and plasma cells, are noted within the connective tissue. However, granulocytes are absent. Masson trichroma stain at 40X magnification.
With elastic tissue stain, this band of basophilic degeneration stains like elastic tissue and thus is called elastotic. Sometimes it appears as interwoven bands of eosinophilic collagen but in cases of severe active degeneration, an amorphous appearance is seen.
BASOPHILIC LEUKOCYTES IN ALLERGIC CONTACT DERMATITIS* BY HAROLD F. DVORAK ~ AND MARTIN C. MIHM, JR.§ (From the James Homer Wright Pathology Laboratories a~ the Dermatology Service,