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  • 81Inclusion Bodies — Einschlusskörperchen (engl. inclusion bodies) sind kleine, nach Anfärbung unter dem Lichtmikroskop sichtbare Partikel im Inneren von Zellen. Sie bestehen aus Ansammlungen von zumeist fehlerhaft oder unvollständig gefalteten Proteinen, die im Zuge …

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  • 82Inclusión (mineralogía) — Burbuja de aire de 84 millones de años atrapada en un ámbar. En mineralogía, una inclusión es cualquier material atrapado en el seno de una roca o de un mineral Estas inclusiones son usualmente otros sólidos (cristales, glóbulos vítreos) aunque… …

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  • 83inclusion conjunctivitis — (in klu zhun kon junk tī vi tis) An acute infectious disease that occurs throughout the world. It is caused by Chlamydia trachomatis that infects the eye and causes inflammation and the occurrence of large inclusion bodies …

    Dictionary of microbiology

  • 84inclusion complex — Chem. a solid solution in which molecules of one compound occupy places in the crystal lattice of another compound. Cf. adduct (def. 2). Also called inclusion compound. * * * …

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  • 85inclusion body hepatitis — a viral disease of young chickens, caused by an adenovirus and characterized by hemorrhage, jaundice, and anemia; hepatocytes have eosinophilic inclusion bodies. Mortality in a flock may reach 25 per cent …

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  • 86inclusion body rhinitis — mucopurulent rhinitis and sinusitis of young pigs due to infection with a cytomegalovirus; severe cases may be marked by atrophy of the turbinate bones (see atrophic r. of swine) and distortion of the snout, sneezing, stunting of growth, and,… …

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  • 87inclusion compounds — įtarpos junginiai statusas T sritis chemija apibrėžtis Interkaliatai ir klatratai. atitikmenys: angl. inclusion compounds; insertion compounds; interstitial compounds rus. клатратные соединения; соединения включения; соединения внедрения …

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  • 88inclusion body encephalitis — noun a rare chronic progressive encephalitis caused by the measles virus and occurring primarily in children and young adults; death usually occurs within three years; characterized by primary measles infection before the age of two years • Syn:… …

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  • 89inclusion disease — noun : a virus disease of infants marked by the presence of inclusion bodies in the nucleus and cytoplasm of cells in the organs most affected (as lungs, liver, brain) …

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  • 90inclusion complex — Chem. a solid solution in which molecules of one compound occupy places in the crystal lattice of another compound. Cf. adduct (def. 2). Also called inclusion compound …

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  • 91inclusion bodies — Intracellular bodies, as mitochondria, microsomes, at times viruses, etc …

    Dictionary of invertebrate zoology

  • 92inclusion bodies — Granules of organic or inorganic material lying in the cytoplasmic matrix of bacteria …

    Dictionary of microbiology

  • 93inclusion bodies — Nuclear or cytoplasmic structures with characteristic staining properties, usually found at the site of virus multiplication. Semi crystalline arrays of virions, capsids, or other viral components …

    Dictionary of molecular biology

  • 94inclusion body — Pathol. a particle that takes a characteristic stain, found in a virus infected cell. [1920 25] * * * …

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  • 95inclusion map — Math. a map of a set to itself in which each element of a given subset of the set is mapped to itself. [1945 50] * * * …

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  • 96inclusion bodies — particles occurring in the nucleus and cytoplasm of cells usually as a result of virus infection. Their presence can sometimes be used to diagnose such an infection. * * * round, oval, or irregular shaped bodies occurring in the cytoplasm and… …

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  • 97inclusion complex — a compound in which molecules of one type are enclosed within cavities in the crystalline lattice of another substance …

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  • 98inclusion body myositis — a progressive type of myositis that primarily involves muscles of the pelvic region and lower limbs, usually seen in older people; the muscles are infiltrated by mononuclear inflammatory cells, sarcoplasmic vacuoles, masses of filaments and… …

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  • 99inclusion count — a method of assessing the number and size of non metallic inclusions present in metal …

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  • 100inclusion bodies — particles occurring in the nucleus and cytoplasm of cells usually as a result of virus infection. Their presence can sometimes be used to diagnose such an infection …

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