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dentate

 [den´tāt]
notched; tooth-shaped.

den·tate

(den'tāt),
Notched; toothed; cogged.
[L. dentatus, toothed]

dentate

/den·tate/ (den´tāt) notched; tooth-shaped.

dentate

(dĕn′tāt′)
adj.
1. Edged with toothlike projections; toothed: dentate leaves.
2. Chemistry Having a binding site. Used of ligands.

den′tate′ly adv.

den·tate

(den'tāt)
Notched; toothed; cogged.
[L. dentatus, toothed]

dentate

(of plant structures) having teeth or tooth-like projections.

dentate

toothed; notched

den·tate

(den'tāt)
Notched; toothed; cogged.
[L. dentatus, toothed]

dentate (den´tāt),

adj having teeth.

dentate

notched, toothed; tooth-shaped.
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Vanillin and 4-hydroxybenzyl alcohol promotes cell proliferation and neuroblast differentiation in the dentate gyrus of mice via the increase of brain-derived neurotrophic factor and tropomyosin-related kinase B.
TDP-43 demonstrated innumerable neurites in hippocampus proper and subiculum and neuronal cytoplasmic inclusions in the dentate gyrus.
Brain-derived neurotrophic factor and antidepressant drugs have different but coordinated effects on neuronal turnover, proliferation, and survival in the adult dentate gyrus.
Regarding the posterior maxillary segments in proximity of maxillary sinus; the most common posterior maxillary segments were partial edentulous (n=22, 42%), followed by dentate (n=15, 29%), atrophic edentulous (n=11, 21%) and complete edentulous jaws (n=4, 8%) in the right quadrants, respectively.
McGinty, "Sleep deprivation reduces proliferation of cells in the dentate gyrus of the hippocampus in rats," The Journal of Physiology, vol.
Rarely the dentate ligament is placed outside to its normal place (39).
Adult neurogenesis is regulated by adrenal steroids in the dentate gyrus.
reported that the exposure to the noise during pregnancy decreased neurogenesis in dentate gyrus of the hippocampus.
Chen said that this neurotransmitter, called GABA (gamma-aminobutyric acid), was found in deformed cells called "reactive astrocytes" in a structure in the core of the brain called the dentate gyrus, whose structure is the gateway to hippocampus, an area of the brain that is critical for learning and memory.
Signal intensity was observed at the bilateral globus pallidus, hypothalamus, bilateral cerebral peduncles, nucleus ruber, pons posterior, cerebellar dentate nuclei, bilateral periventricular deep white matter, and subthalamic nuclei and secondary ischaemia on T2-weighted images (Figures: 1a and 1b).