Deiters

Dei·ters

(dī'tĕrz),
Otto F.K., German anatomist, 1834-1863. See: Deiters cells, Deiters terminal frames, Deiters nucleus, deiterospinal tract.
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Bob was born in Grand Rapids, Michigan, to Robert Angus and Violet Deiters who preceded him in death.
Tres resenas de Dora Mayer se publicaron en el primer numero de Libros y Revistas: Ricardo Wagner y Mathilde Wesendonck de Leonore Niessen Deiters; Las mujeres y el Estado Soberano de A.
In the lateral of inner and outer HCs rows, inner and outer phalangeal cells (also called the Deiters' cells) reside, respectively.
All four adenosine receptors ([A.sub.1], [A.sub.2A], [A.sub.2B], and [A.sub.3]) are expressed in the rat cochlea, with the strongest immunoexpression of otoprotective Ax adenosine receptors ([A.sub.1]AR) in sensory hair cells, supporting Deiters' cells and spiral ganglion neurons [19].