OCL

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AcronymDefinition
OCLObject Constraint Language
OCLOutput Capacitor-Less (audio electronics)
OCLObstacle Clearance Limit (aviation)
OCLOpen Circuit Inductance
OCLOcean Climate Laboratory (NOAA/NODC)
OCLOffice of Community Liaison
OCLOcean County Library System (Toms River, NJ)
OCLOpen Computing Language
OCLOffshore Cryogenic Loading (System)
OCLOperations Coordination Letter
OCLOscoda County Library (Mio, Michigan)
OCLOffice of Congressional Liaisons
OCLObligation Cost Level
OCLOptical Carrier Levels
OCLOrganic Coatings Laboratory (Navy)
OCLOpen Compatibility License
OCLOperation/Operator Control Language
OCLobservation check list
OCLOff Campus Learning (various locations)
OCLosteoclast-like (cell)
OCLOperational Control Level
OCLOverall Cartridge Length
OCLOverall Cost Leadership
OCLOcean and Coastal Law (various schools)
OCLOff Campus Lunch (various locations)
OCLOrthodox Christian Laity
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Microscopical examination showed sheets of round to oval mononuclear cells with bland chromatin and conspicuous nucleoli uniformly interspersed with numerous osteoclast-like giant cells with nuclei similar to that of the mononuclear cells confirming the histopathological diagnosis of giant cell tumor [Figure 3].
11] Histologically, PGCG is described as a non-encapsulated mass of tissue, containing numerous multinucleated osteoclast-like giant cells lying in a very cellular and vascular stroma.
3) However, cases that may be morphologically similar to CCSLGT have been reported previously, including by Alpers and Beckstead, (4) who reported a "malignant neuroendocrine tumor of the jejunum with osteoclast-like tumor giant cells" in 1985.
The primary goal of the research is to demineralize calcified vascular calcification using osteoclast-like cells differentiated from monocytes.
Using unbiased global proteomics (study of proteins), the researchers were able to examine osteoclast-like cells in the vasculature to determine which proteins induced osteoclast formation.
As shown in Figure 1A and B, RANKL induced the formation of TRAP-positive multinuclear giant osteoclast-like cells and BIX01294 significantly reduced the number of osteoclast-like cells in a dose-dependent manner.
Giant cell tumors of bone consist of stromal cells expressing RANKL and osteoclast-like giant cells expressing RANK receptor.
2006) and OPG are critical in the regulation of the formation of osteoclast-like cells.
From a morphologic point of view, several secondary changes have been described as being associated with AFX, such as keloidal areas, myxoid or chondroid changes, osteoclast-like giant cells, sclerosis, fibrosis, pigmentation, hyalinization, or hemorrhagic areas (1-3).
Effects of high calcium concentration on the functions and interactions of osteoblastic cells and monocytes and on the formation of osteoclast-like cells.
The Papanicolaou smear was nondiagnostic, but the Wright-Giemsa stain was richly cellular and populated by three components: (1) numerous osteoclast-like multinuclear giant cells, (2) multiple malignant-appearing mononuclear and multinuclear cells, and (3) broad, tightly cohesive, flat sheets of large polygonal epithelial cells (figure 1):
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