ultrastructural


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ultrastructural

adjective Referring to structures of a size below the resolution of conventional LM, usually electron microscopy
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The ultrastructural changes in A549 cells, treated with IC50 concentrations of C2 ceramide and ceranib-2 for 24 h, were examined by transmission electron microscope (TEM).
An immunohistologic and ultrastructural study of 18 biphasic tumors and comparison with seven monophasic spindle cell tumors.
Ultrastructural evidence for a sensory-motor neuron in Ctenophora.
Present study is reporting first time the toxicity of the sulfonylurea-based commercial agrochemical, Almix with regard to histological and ultrastructural observations through scanning and transmission electron microscopy in A.
Ultrastructural ovarian tissue: The ultrastructure of the ovarian tissue was well preserved in DCV7 concentration and it was very similar to the nonvitrified group.
Regional odontodysplasia: morphological, ultrastructural, and immunohistochemical features of the affected teeth, connective tissue, and odontogenic remnants.
describe ultrastructural features of porostromate microproblematica from a Mulde Event (Homerian) bioherm in Podolia, Western Ukraine, and Vendrasco and Checa illustrate shell microstructure and its inheritance in the calcitic helcionellid Mackinnonia.
Other ultrastructural defects those lead to ineffective ciliary motility include isolated absence of inner dynein arms or radial spokes, transposition of microtubules to the center of axoneme, missing nexin links etc.
For ultrastructural immunolabeling a postembedding method was used, and immunogold using 10-nm particles was used for labeling.
In contrast to deeply sequestered soft tissues recovered from dinosaur femur fossils, it is unclear why remarkable ultrastructural preservation exists in these tissues in the presence of plant and microbial activity, autolysis, hydrolysis, wide temperature variation and the fact that the highly vascular bone was open to the influence of soil matrix.
Caption: This thin-section transmission electron micrograph depicts the ultrastructural details of numerous HIV particles.