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col·lag·e·nous

(ko-laj'ĕ-nŭs),
Producing or containing collagen.
Synonym(s): collagenic

collagenous

/col·lag·e·nous/ (kah-laj´ah-nus) pertaining to, forming, or producing collagen.

collagenous

See collagen.

collagenous

Pertaining to collagen; forming or producing collagen.

col·lag·e·nous

(kŏ-laj'ĕ-nŭs)
Producing or containing collagen.
Synonym(s): collagenic.

collagenous

made of collagen.

collagenous nevus
see nevus.
collagenous tissue
composed of collagen, reticular and elastic fibers; may be loose or dense; the latter may be regular or irregular.
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The juxtaligamental cells of Ophiocomina nigra (Abildgaard) (Echinodermata: Ophiuroidea) and their possible role in mechano effector function of collagenous tissue.
Subepithelial fibro collagenous tissue with few dilated sero-mucinous glands and ductal elements.
The stiffness-changeable connective tissue of echinoderms is called catch connective tissue or mutable collagenous tissue (Motokawa, 1988; Wilkie, 2005).
The frozen section revealed the dense collagenous tissue of the dura to be diffusely infiltrated by lymphocytes.
Catch connective tissue (CCT), also called mutable collagenous tissue, is collagenous tissue that changes its mechanical properties through a non-muscular mechanism; CCT stiffens to maintain body posture and softens to allow body movements (Wilkie, 1996; Wilkie et al.
Third, their tumors were composed of a paucicellular dense collagenous tissue and lacked the spindle cell-rich sarcomatous area found in the present case.
Tumor cells are separated by hyalinised collagenous tissue.
The efficiency and extent of cross linking reactions depend upon the thickness of the layers of the collagenous tissue and defines the magnitude of the penetration.
Fat spaces, fibro collagenous tissue and dark marrow elements.
This membrane is a tough but flexible collagenous tissue (sometimes with calcite ossicle inclusions) that bridges the gap between the Aristotle's lantern (or jaw) and the skeleton (Wilkie et al.
The periodontal ligament of the mouse consists of layers of collagenous tissue intercalated by layers of fibroblasts that make up about 50% of the ligament area (Ten Cate et al.