Volume 6 Issue 10 (October, 2018)

Review Articles

Nuclear Morpholgy in Oral Lesions- Memoir of an Anarchial Nucleus
Mathew Jacob, N. Mohan, Saramma Mathew Fenn

Every differentiated cell has a unique morphology with a characteristic nucleus. The function of the nucleus is to dictate the metabolic activity of the cell by transcription and translation. Any change endured by the cell necessitates the nucleus to instruct modifications in intracellular molecular pathways to adapt to the environment. Molecular changes within a cell bring about acclimatization of the cytoplasmic organelles and the nucleus, which can be visualized microscopically. This article describes the most frequently observed morphologies adopted by the nucleus in various pathologies.
Key words: Nuclear Morphology, oral Lesions, stains.

Received: 20 October  2018                                                                                                            Accepted: 25 October 2018

Corresponding author: Dr.  Mathew Jacob, Reader, Department of Oral and Maxillofacial Pathology, Vinayaka Missions Sankarachariyar Dental College & Hospital, Sankari main road, Ariyanoor, Salem - 636308, Tamil nadu, India

This article may be cited as: Jacob M, Mohan N, Fenn SM. Nuclear Morphology in Oral Lesions- Memoir of an Anarchial Nucleus. J Adv Med Dent Scie Res 2018;6(10):37-41.

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