from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Having only one nucleus: a mononuclear cell.
- adj. Chemistry Monocyclic.
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- adj. Having a single nucleus
- adj. monocyclic
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Having a single nucleus; uninuclear: as, large mononuclear cells.
- n. A cell with a single nucleus; a uninuclear, as distinguished from a multinuclear, cell.
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- adj. having only one nucleus
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Treating tumors with nanoparticles has been challenging because immune cells called mononuclear phagocytes identify them and yank them from circulation, preventing the nanomaterials from reaching their target.
NGF effect on other spleen cells, such as mononuclear cells , and the existence of NGF receptors on thymocytes , clearly suggests that the NGF action extends also to cells belonging to a network of enormous functional significance.
"Alterations" in muscle were seen in turkeys fed ractopamine, like an increase in "mononuclear cell infiltrate and myofiber degeneration," says its 2008 new drug application documents.
"Immunomodulation by indoleamines: Serotonin and melatonin action on DNA and interferon-y synthesis by human peripheral blood mononuclear cells".
Arzt, Eduardo, et al. Immunomodulation by indoleamines: Serotonin and melatonin action on DNA and interferon-y synthesis by human peripheral blood mononuclear cells.
Moreover, whereas listening to Beethoven had no effect on in vitro production of total IgE and latex-specific IgE by mononuclear cells, listening to Mozart significantly reduced in vitro production of total IgE and latex-specific IgE.
Detection and sequencing of measles virus from peripheral mononuclear cells from patients with inflammatory bowel disease and autism.
Moreover, it is a major error to have presumed that peripheral blood mononuclear cells are a valid ‘proxy’ for gut mucosal lymphoid tissues when searching for persistent viral genetic material.
Briefly, infective material from infected individuals (viral isolates that are generated from patients? peripheral blood mononuclear cells by short-term coculturing with uninfected peripheral blood mononuclear cells or CD4+ T cells) -there is an actual registry of such individuals that have been studied over the years- is obtained and used to infect CD4+ (or CD8+) cells from healthy donors.
"His white count was up slightly but only his mononuclear lymphocytes."