bilaminar


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bilaminar

adjective Pertaining or referring to 2 layers, such as cell membranes.
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(d) Thread-like bilaminar structure (thick arrow) located in the lumen of the nasal septum that is positively labeled with LPS (thin arrows).
El Maraghy and coworkers (1) recently proposed a more comprehensive classification system that takes into account the bilaminar morphology of the tendon.
Crawford, "Shear properties of bilaminar polymethylmethacrylate cement mantles in revision hip joint arthroplasty", The Journal of Arthroplasty, 22(3), 394-403, (2007).
Its bilaminar structure consists of a dermal layer representing a dermal template and an epidermal-like layer acting as a barrier for bacterial invasion and fluid loss.
The presence of bilaminar cement with thin inner micrite laminae and thicker outer microsparite and sparite rims of calcite crystals may refer to two-step cementation that started in the vadose and continued in the phreatic environment.
As aplicacoes do laser de baixa intensidade foram realizadas, nos seguintes pontos: Cinco pontos ao redor das articulacoes com dor:--na porcao posterior da articulacao, com a boca aberta (regiao do nervo auriculo temporal e zona bilaminar); --na porcao anterior da articulacao na chanfradura sigmoideia, com a boca em posicao de repouso (dentes desencostados).
It has been demonstrated that in the bilaminar germinal disc signaling initiated by Wnt and members of the TGF-[beta] superfamily, such as Nodal and Vg1, are necessary for gastrulation to occur in the EMT context.
Bilaminar zone: anatomical aspects, irrigation, and innervation.