A pooled saliva sample from a 70 year old male. What is happening with these cells?
Are these cells undergoing normal apoptosis?
In the video, the cytoplasmic movement looks liquefied and jelly-like (A).
B looks more granular, with small vacuoles that seem to have bacterial activity in them (what could this be?).
Elsewhere in the sample were completely detached, intact nuclei.
Could this be indicative of diabetes? http://www.jdrntruhs.org/temp/JNTRUnivHealthSci1133-9277352_023437.pdf