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intercellular

 [in″ter-sel´u-lar]
between the cells.

in·ter·cel·lu·lar

(in'tĕr-sel'yū-lăr),
Between or among cells.

intercellular

(ĭn′tər-sĕl′yə-lər)
adj. Biology
Located among or between cells: intercellular fluid.

intercellular

Among or between cells.

intercellular

between cells.

in·ter·cel·lu·lar

(in'tĕr-sel'yū-lăr)
Between or among cells.
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Expression of dendritic cell-specific intercellular adhesion molecule-3-grabbing nonintegrin of interferon-a/dexamethasone stimulated dendritic cells
Intercellular deposition of IgG was seen in the outer root sheath of plucked hair in 90% of the patients in our study, which is comparable to the studies conducted by Rao et al.1 and Badran et al.15 where it was positive in 85% and 93.3% of the patients, respectively.
proteins, in addition to intercellular junctions, hemidesmosomes, focal
GJs constitute connected exchange channels between adjacent cells for the interchange of cytoplasm components, small molecules, ions, and so on, and maintain metabolic cooperation [24-26], completeness of intercellular signaling pathways, liquid buffer, and electric coupling [27, 28].
(42) Researchers have characterized a system of intercellular induction of apoptosis whereby non-transformed cells communicate (via intercellular signaling) with and stimulate selective removal of neoplastically transformed cells from cell cultures that include both cell types.
In addition to cytoskeletal disorders, VILI also damaged intercellular junctions and subsequently caused higher pulmonary microvascular permeability.
Jin et al in a cross sectional study employed 296 patients, deduced that serum levels of soluble intercellular adhesion molecule are raised in cases of coronary atherosclerosis and diabetes mellitus15.
The measurement of the transendothelial electrical resistance (TEER) showed that the SEPEC cytotoxic factor, which caused elongation and loss of intercellular junctions in HUVEC, also increased the cell monolayer permeability by ~46% within 30 min.
Intercellular oedema leads to partial acantholysis and gives rise to areas with characteristic dilapidated brick wall' appearance.
The molecules are much more ordered than in other intercellular junctions and the ordering is crucial for strong adhesion.
The intercellular skin lipids (those located between comeocytes) are composed mainly of hydrophobic ceramides, long chain fatty acids, cholesterol and cholestryl derivatives, and are organized in a gel crystalline rigid structure to control penetration.
At lower temperatures, the water has withdrawn from plant cells (to prevent them from rupture as the water expands into ice) and ice forms in the intercellular spaces.