corpuscles in English

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a minute body or cell in an organism, especially a red or white cell in the blood of vertebrates.
It is composed of: red corpuscles , white cells, platelets, and blood plasma.
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1. Any cell or similar minute body that is suspended in a fluid, esp any of the red blood Corpuscles (see erythrocyte) or white blood Corpuscles (see leucocyte)

2. (Biology) any cell or similar minute body that is suspended in a fluid, esp any of the red blood Corpuscles (erythrocytes) or white blood Corpuscles (see leucocytes)

3. Any cell or similar minute body that is suspended in a fluid, esp any of the red blood Corpuscles (see erythrocyte) or white blood Corpuscles (see leucocyte)

4. The lips are also protected by specialized sensory cells called Meissner's corpuscles.

5. A protoplasmic particle or cell with a special function; esp., any of the erythrocytes (red Corpuscles) or leukocytes (white Corpuscles) that float in the blood, lymph, etc

6. Countable noun [usually plural] Corpuscles are red or white blood cells

7. Pacinian Corpuscles contain a myelinated nerve ending in the central core of the structure.

8. Deficiency of red Corpuscles is caused by a lack of iron

9. Deficiency of red corpuscles is caused by a lack of iron.

10. In (A), S100 and NFH are antibodies used to visualize Meissner corpuscles and their Afferents, respectively.

11. Any cell or similar minute body that is suspended in a fluid, esp any of the red blood Corpuscles (erythrocytes) or white blood Corpuscles (see leucocytes)See also erythrocyte, leucocyte anatomy …

12. The corpuscles consist of an afferent (dendritic) nerve fibre, an inner core, a subcapsular space and a capsule.

13. They result from their real essences, the arrangement of corpuscles which make them up.

14. Meissner's Corpuscles, also known as tactile Corpuscles, are nerve endings that are responsible for detecting a light touch to the skin. The are considered a type of mechanoreceptor since they are responsive to physical pressure.

15. The embryo can be located by the Commotion which its active motion produces among the corpuscles

16. Since the blood passes through the two filters, the biosensor chip can accurately separate the blood corpuscles.

17. The invention relates to a suspension of red corpuscles encapsulating asparaginase as a medicament for treating pancreatic cancer.

18. Secondary qualities of objects are those arrangements of its corpuscles which cause certain ideas in us as sentient beings.

19. Other articles where Pacinian Corpuscle is discussed: human sensory reception: Nerve function: , Pacinian Corpuscles) respond only to mechanical deformation

20. Pacinian Corpuscles are the most obvious as they form large (~ 1 mm), onion-like structures in the dermis and hypodermis

21. The anti-human deviation method showed that there was practically no blood group agglutinin on the surfaces of the non agglutinable isolated red corpuscles.

22. This is very important, for the oxygen and carbon dioxide must be moist before they can cross back and forth between the red corpuscles and the tiny alveoli.

23. In Thomson's view: ... the atoms of the elements consist of a number of negatively electrified corpuscles enclosed in a sphere of uniform positive electrification, ...

24. Chyle is vital in the development of red blood cells as Chyle also contains Chyle corpuscles, which eventually turn into red blood cells (5)

25. It may also refer to: Corpuscularianism, the atomistic view that all physical objects are composed of Corpuscles, which was dominant among 17th century European thinkers

26. 1809, Samuel Taylor Coleridge, The Friend It is the object of the mechanical atomistic philosophy to confound synthesis with synartesis, or rather with mere juxtaposition of Corpuscles separated by invisible interspaces.; A protoplasmic animal cell; especially, such as float free, like blood, lymph, and pus Corpuscles; or such as are embedded in an intercellular matrix, like connective tissue

27. Anti-A + anti-B (group 0) serum agglutinates human red corpuscles containing A or B agglutinogens or both, i.e. those of group A including subgroups A1 and A2, group B and group AB including subgroups A1B and A2B, and does not agglutinate human red corpuscles which do not contain A or B agglutinogens, i.e. those of group 0.

28. H antigen: Red blood corpuscles of all ABO blood groups possess a common antigen, the H antigen, which is a precursor for the formation of A and В Antigens.

29. ‘For a time, all you can see are blurred shapes swimming around on a glass slide, then suddenly everything becomes clear and you are studying a blood Corpuscle or a cancerous cell.’ ‘But the result of the treatment can affect the blood Corpuscles and may even cause death.’

30. An Albuminous protein present in the red blood corpuscles and alsofound in the crystalline lens of the eye (here it's sometimes called crystallin).: Ein albuminöses Protein in den roten Blutkörperchen, kommt manchmal auch in der Augenlinse vor (hier gelegentlich Kristallin genannt).: I conclude, therefore, that isinglass contains some, though perhaps very little, soluble Albuminous matter.