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from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • adj. Having two nuclei.

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  • adj. having two nuclei.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Having two nuclei, as a cell.

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  • adj. having two nuclei

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Examples

  • Gold nanoparticle dark-field imaging of live cells in real time revealed that the nuclear targeting of gold nanoparticles specifically induces cytokinesis arrest in cancer cells, where binucleate cell formation occurs after mitosis takes place.

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  • , but recent studies have demonstrated the presence of binucleate precursors in.

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  • and blown fuse (blow) that occassionaly shows binucleate precursors

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  • In both these mutants FCMs do not appear to be attracted towards the FC as indicated by the morphology of their lamellipodia which are randomly oriented (blow embryos show rare fusion events upto the binucleate precursor stage

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