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Zur Genese hepatozellulärer Kerneinschlüsse bei Colchicinvergiftung

Summary

The colchicin-induced nuclear inclusions are a postmitotic phenomena. Fusing chromosome vesicles often include a portion of cytoplasm, surrounded by persisting parts of the vesicle membranes (‘indirect’ or ‘membraned’ n.i.). This membrane sometimes degenerates; the n.i. then lies free in the karyoplasm (secondarily ‘direct’ or ‘free’ n.i.).

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Altmann, H.-., Haubrich, J. Zur Genese hepatozellulärer Kerneinschlüsse bei Colchicinvergiftung. Experientia 20, 319–320 (1964). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF02171070

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