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A granules

A granules

large, rodlike, or filamentous granules found in several types of cells, especially platelets where they are the most numerous type of granule; contain secretory proteins, including fibrinogen, fibronectin, fibrospondin, von willebrand factor (collectively known as adhesive proteins) and other proteins (platelet factor 4, platelet-derived growth factor, coagulation factor v, etc.).

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identify bacterias in Gram stain kit &The Giemsa Stain Kit

... Muscle Fibers: Pale Pink Erythrocytes: Gray, Yellow or Pink Rickettsia: Reddish-Purple Helicobacter Pylori: Blue Mast Cells: Dark Blue with Red Granules Source : Scytek Laboratories

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by scytek
Sat Mar 15, 2014 1:11 pm
Forum: General Discussion
Topic: identify bacterias in Gram stain kit &The Giemsa Stain Kit
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Theories - Origin of Life

... process in which energy of absorbed photon was spent on a separation of CO2 - C + O2. Moreover, both components would be stocked in separate granules and vacuoles! And this technological structure would require the presence of special membrane rhizoids, which would look in the substrate compounds ...

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by LeoPol
Tue Oct 04, 2011 9:35 pm
Forum: Evolution
Topic: Theories - Origin of Life
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DNA Gel Electrophoresis Issues - Bad Ladder Separation

... check for the absence of granule and filaments that are transparent, but with a slightly different refraction index. Those are unmelted agarose granules that do not have the same concentration than the rest of the gel. the presence of such granules in your gel is going to ruin the migration ...

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by canalon
Sat Aug 13, 2011 2:30 pm
Forum: Genetics
Topic: DNA Gel Electrophoresis Issues - Bad Ladder Separation
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Re: Small intestines and Intestinal crpyts -crypts of Leiberkuhn

... Paneth cells migrate to the crypt base. They have a long life-span of ~28 days. Paneth cells are noted for their prominent secretory appartus. Granules are readily visulaized using a variety of stains including the Phloxine-Tartrazine histochemical stain. The granules contain digestive enzymes ...

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by britney12
Fri Jul 22, 2011 7:11 am
Forum: Human Biology
Topic: Small intestines and Intestinal crpyts -crypts of Leiberkuhn
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Re: how does RNA and DNA *move*?

... nor the other common wisdom held true. It turned out the fat molecules broke with all the patterns. Our analysis of the spreading of liquid fat granules in living yeast cells showed that not only was the distribution abnormal, but that the movement in the relevant time period was also in conflict ...

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by placebo
Sun Mar 20, 2011 8:50 am
Forum: Genetics
Topic: how does RNA and DNA *move*?
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