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fi·bril·lar

, fibrillary (fī'bri-lăr, -lar-ē),
1. Relating to a fibril.
2. Denoting the fine rapid contractions or twitchings of fibers or of small groups of fibers in skeletal or cardiac muscle.
Synonym(s): filar (1)

fi·bril·lar

, fibrillary (fī'bri-lăr, -lar-ē)
1. Relating to a fibril.
2. Denoting the fine rapid contractions or twitchings of fibers or of small groups of fibers in skeletal or cardiac muscle.
Synonym(s): filar (1) .

fibrillar

, fibrillary (fīb′rĭ-lăr) (fīb′rĭ-ler″ē)
Pert. to or consisting of fibrils.

fi·bril·lar

, fibrillary (fī'bri-lăr, -lar-ē)
1. Relating to a fibril.
2. Denoting the fine rapid contractions or twitchings of fibers or of small groups of fibers in skeletal or cardiac muscle.
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The same cells, suspended in a collagen gel, take on the appearance of fibroblasts, become motile, and secrete Type I collagen (a fibrillar collagen).
From each image, at least 100 different fibrils were randomly selected, and their fibrillar aspect ratios were measured to generate an average aspect ratio.
Although PA6 fibrils have been precisely produced and enhancements in mechanical properties have been reported, to the best of our collection, there are only few articles dealing with rheology of fibrillar structure in post-processed polymeric materials [27-29].
Among the most highly conserved metazoan components of interstitial/connective ECM, the expression of fibrillar collagen-LP (CGI_10007860) and fibrillin-LP (CGI_10001572) starts to increase at later stages of oyster development.
Loss of the fibrillar echotexture is always an abnormal finding and it can range from a diffuse blurring of the tendon texture to focal aspects of fibrillar interruptions.
The distinctive microscopic and biochemical features of the fibrillar collagen of this species are provided, and shed new information on cnidarian collagen fibers.
Nowadays, there is much evidence that the aggregation process itself or even the intermediate species are cytotoxic, whereas the final fibrillar aggregates and inclusions, respectively, may even have protective functions [11, 15-17].
According to Cardium, its FDA-cleared Excellagen is an aseptically-manufactured, quaternary fibrillar Type I bovine collagen homogenate that is configured into a staggered array of three-dimensional, triple helical, telopeptide-deleted, tropocollagen molecules.
The dermal ECM is synthesized from fibroblasts and is primarily compromised of fibrillar collagen and elastic fibers, which support the mechanical strength and resiliency of skin, respectively.
Amyloidosis comprises a group of protein-folding disorders of diverse etiology associated with paraproteins, which share unique staining properties and are endowed with fibrillar ultrastructural appearances.
Palygorskite is typical natural fibrillar silicate clay with large reserves in South China.