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Skein-like inclusion

Name: Skein-like inclusion
Description: Skein-like inclusions are intracytoplasmic filamentous structures that are frequently encountered in preparations immunostained for ubiquitin. In H&E preparations (staining with hematoxylin and eosin) they are hardly visible or sometimes detected as faintly eosinophilic structures. (PMID: 18026741)
Abbreviation: SLI
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AbbrevSLI  +
DefinitionSkein-like inclusions are intracytoplasmic Skein-like inclusions are intracytoplasmic filamentous structures that are frequently encountered in preparations immunostained for ubiquitin. In H&E preparations (staining with hematoxylin and eosin) they are hardly visible or sometimes detected as faintly eosinophilic structures. (PMID: 18026741) eosinophilic structures. (PMID: 18026741)
LabelSkein-like inclusion  +
ModifiedDate9 December 2008  +