Cobweb

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Referring to the lacy neurofibrillary material present in the center of the rosettes of neuroblastomas, ganglioneuroblastomas and benign ganglioneuromas, which corresponds to 6–10-nm cytoplasmic filaments, cell processes with microtubules, rare dense core granules, synaptic vesicles, cell junction material
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A creditable fourth on Town Moor 12 months ago, he collected over a mile at Pontefract in August and a spin on the all-weather will have blown away the cobwebs.
00 Cheltenham, nap) Recent narrow defeat on the all-weather at Lingfield has blown away the cobwebs and the John Berry-trained eight-year-old looked full of himself when schooling well under Steve Smith Eccles on the Links last Thursday.
In need of the run over six furlongs here last time but it has blown away the cobwebs and he is fancied to leave that effort behind on his return to seven furlongs.
A short-head second over an extended nine furlongs here a month ago has blown away the cobwebs, and this longer trip can bring about a more satisfying result on his second outing for Michael Jarvis.