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fi·bro·blas·tic

(fī'brō-blas'tik),
Relating to fibroblasts.

fibroblastic

adjective Referring to or characterised by the presence of fibroblasts.

fi·bro·blas·tic

(fī'brō-blas'tik)
Relating to fibroblasts.
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2] intake by fibroblasts may be correlated with the rate of fibroblastic proliferation & overgrowth.
44), it was defined that the post-trauma sera obtained from 10 multiple trauma patients, seven of whom had TBI, caused a decline in human fibroblastic and osteoblastic cell groups and in apoptosis of BMSCs, and an increase in its proliferation 10 days after trauma.
The peripheral alveolar remodeling and fibrosis could variably be characterized as honeycombing, UIP-or NSIP-like, had some fibroblastic foci, or even resembled hypersensitivity pneumonitis (which was ruled out by pertinent serologies in all cases).
The fibroblastic nuclei are thin and elongated without evidence of nuclear atypia or increased mitotic activity [Herford et al.
Wheatgrass extract decreases the inflammatory response (takes heat and pain away), is a substance P inhibitor, stops subcutaneous bleeding and increases the fibroblastic activity of cells (Seibold 1991).
Hyperplastic squamous epithelium with an underlying fibroblastic stroma was found.
Histologic examination of the lung parenchyma showed characteristic findings of usual intestinal pneumonitis (UIP): interstitial pneumonitis with spatial and temporal heterogeneity, frequent fibroblastic foci, no patchy areas of nonspecific pneumonitis, and no evidence of granuloma formation.
Sundri Gotu Kola Firming Collection: According to company literature, the product consists of Gotu Kola to stimulate fibroblastic activity, acetyl hexapeptide-3 and palmitoyl pentapeptide-3 which promotes a firming action.
Fibroblastic phase, where new blood vessels and tissue, which is called granulation tissue, are laid down.
The BGMK cell line showed normal fibroblastic structure throughout the 7-day period of exposure to the different treatments.
It has been found that the use of hyperbaric oxygen is a means of revascularizing irradiated tissues and improving fibroblastic cellular density that enhances wound healing.
The recombinant BMP-2 has proliferative effects on the multipotential stem cells toward the fibroblastic, osteoblast/osteocyte, and adipocyte cell lines (Yamaguchi et al, 1991 and Sigurdsson et al, 1995).

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