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Autori: Viorel Pais, Leon Danaila, Emil Pais
Editorial: Ultrastructural Pathology, 36(3), p.166-170, 2012.
The authors analyzed by transmission electron microscopy the modifications of plasmalemma and nuclear envelope in the cerebral arterial wall in humans. Their ultrastructural observations are performed on the tunica media and endothelium. During autoschizis, some smooth muscle cells showed deep invaginations of the nuclear envelope with multiple craters that disintegrate the nucleus, whereas in the endothelium repetitive invaginations of plasmalemma lead to cell demise by cytoplasmic self-excisions. During survival mechanism, a perinuclear constriction of plasmalemma occurs, which conserves nucleus and cytoskeleton, and only a segregated cytoplasmic area, without organelles, is removed in lumen.
Cuvinte cheie: Autoschizis, cerebral arteries, nuclear envelope, plasmalemma, survival mechanism, ultrastructure