Phenotype search results

Number of results: 2059

abnormal regulatory T cell number

Synonym: abnormal Treg cell number, abnormal suppressor T cell number

Definition: deviation from the average count of the specialized subpopulation of T cells that act to suppress activation of the immune system and thus maintain immune system homeostasis and prevent pathological self-reactivity

small lung

Synonym: decreased lung size

Definition: reduced size of the lung compared to controls

abnormal compact bone thickness

Synonym: abnormal cortical bone thickness

Definition: reduced or increased width of the superficial layer of compact bone

abnormal inspiratory capacity

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Definition: anomaly in the maximal volume of air that can be inspired after the end of a normal expiration

abnormal retinal vasculature morphology

Synonym: abnormal retina vasculature morphology

Definition: any anomaly of the structure or arrangement of blood vessels supplying the retina

abnormal trabecular bone morphology

Synonym: abnormal substantia trabecularis morphology, abnormal spongy substance morphology, abnormal spongy spongiosa morphology, abnormal cancellous bone morphology, abnormal spongy bone morphology

Definition: any structural anomaly of bone that has a lattice-like or spongy structure; it is highly vascular and contains intercommunicating spaces filled with bone marrow

abnormal memory B cell number

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Definition: anomaly in the number of distinctly differentiated long-lived B cells that are readily activated upon reencounter of an antigenic determinant; memory B cells differentiate from antigen-activated B cells which have been selected for expression of higher affinity immunoglobulin

abnormal plasma cell number

Synonym: abnormal plasmacyte cell number

Definition: anomaly in the number of terminally differentiated, post-mitotic, short-lived cells of the B cell lineage devoted to producing large amounts of immunoglobulin

increased plasma cell number

Synonym: plasma cell hyperplasia

Definition: greater number of terminally differentiated, post-mitotic, short-lived cells of the B cell lineage devoted to producing large amounts of immunoglobulin

increased Langerhans cell number

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Definition: increase in the number of stellate dendritic cells of myeloid origin, that appear clear on light microscopy and has a dark-staining, indented nucleus and characteristic inclusions (Birbeck granules) in the cytoplasm; Langerhans cells are found principally in the stratum spinosum of the epidermis, but they also occur in other stratified epithelia and have been identified in the lung, lymph nodes, spleen, and thymus

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