interfibrillar


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interfibrillar

 [in″ter-fi´bril-ar]
between fibrils.

in·ter·fi·bril·lar

, interfibrillary (in'tĕr-fī'bri-lăr, -fī'bri-lār-ē; -fī-bril'ăr),
Between fibrils.

interfibrillar

, interfibrillary (ĭn″tĕr-fĭb′rĭ-lăr) (-rĭ-lār″ē) [″ + fibrilla, a small fiber]
Between fibrils.

interfibrillar

between fibrils.
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As not all of the morphology in the blend is lamellar because depending of the localization of amorphous phase different morphologies can coexist (interlamellar, interfibrillar, and inter-spherulitic) [42], [[PHI].
Jahangir, "Cardiac Subsarcolemmal and Interfibrillar Mitochondria Display Distinct Responsiveness to Protection by Diazoxide," Journal of PLOS ONE, vol.
Kurian, "Hydrogen sulfide post-conditioning preserves interfibrillar mitochondria of rat heart during ischemia reperfusion injury," Cell Stress and Chaperones, 2016.
The SEM images of the fiber surface, Figure 1, show a dense interfibrillar structure, similar to coconut [14-16].
They likely function only as fillers; fibers and interfibrillar materials bear both compressive and tensile forces.
It has been claimed that, while the demineralized dentin matrix is dehydrated by the solvents, the interfibrillar spaces would be preserved if the [[delta].
5) Recent investigations have indicated that the morphology of tendinosis involves changes in collagen fiber structure and arrangement, an increased amount of interfibrillar glycosaminoglycans (GAGs), and local vasculo-neural growth (neo-vascularisation) within the tendon structure.
2004 indicated that the macromolecules, proteoglycans (PGs) and GAGs, transmit interfibrillar forces.
This infiltrate formed large areas of expansion with local disintegration of myofibrils, as well as a large increase of mitochondria frequently occupying interfibrillar spaces in these areas and in the vicinity of the walls of the vessels of atrophic muscle fibers, together to amastigotes nests.
In some cases, the outermost cell walls in contact with the coating layer appeared light crimson, an indication that these walls were delaminated, enabling the coating to penetrate into interfibrillar gaps (not illustrated).
Perhaps the interfibrillar regions play a role in polymer yielding.
Exercise by lifelong voluntary wheel running reduces subsarcolemmal and interfibrillar mitochondrial hydrogen peroxide production in the heart," American Journal of Physiology: Regulatory Integrative and Comparative Physiology, vol.