Blog Posts - Cytoplasm



Gimme Some Dihydrogen Monoxide

Birds need water just like the rest of us, but beaks make it harder. They may suck it up like a straw or scoop it up like a bucket, or by leaning back and letting the rain fall in.At some point or another we've all said, “I’m about to die of thir...
by As Many Exceptions As Rules on Aug 10, 2016

Basic Cellular Anatomy

All cell functions are limited by their size as they must house the organelles essential for life: DNA, protein molecules and internal structures. Even these smallest cells must also have enough surface area to respirate, obtain nutrients and dispose...
by Cognitive Consonance on Apr 21, 2014

Gimme Some Dihydrogen Monoxide

Birds need water just like the rest of us, but beaks make it harder. They may suck it up like a straw or scoop it up like a bucket, or by leaning back and letting the rain fall in.At some point or another we've all said, “I’m about to die of thir...
by As Many Exceptions As Rules on Mar 17, 2012

Antibodies Raised against Proteins Isolated from the Cytoplasm of Mesothelioma Cells

Antibodies Raised against Proteins Isolated from the Cytoplasm of Mesothelioma Cells One interesting study is called, “Phase II study of novel antifolate, N super(10)-propargyl-5,8 dideazafolic acid (CB3717), in malignant mesothelioma.” B...

THE EXFOLIATIVE CYTOLOGY OF DIFFUSE MALIGNANT MESOTHELIOMA

The first conclusion to be drawn is that the unusual cells encountered in these smears are of mesothelial origin. The knobby clumps; the dense cytoplasm, with its distinctive tinctorial properties, peripheral foaminess, and single or many fine vacuol...


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