mucosubstances

mucosubstances

a superseded name for glycosaminoglycans.
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This assumption is reinforced by ultrastructure studies showing, in species with adhesive eggs, follicular cells with a large amount of organelles that synthesize mucosubstances that are transferred to the pellucid zone for a strong adhesiveness of the eggs to the substratum (Andrade, Bazzoli, Rizzo, & Sato, 2001; Rizzo et al.
For comparison of the content of mucosubstances of different parts of digestive tract, the cells oriented in anterior, mid and posterior parts of intestine were identified by their specific staining properties.
A histochemical study of the mucosubstances of the colon in cases of Hirschsprung's disease with and without enterocolitis.
These alveoli secrete Mucosubstances which performs a wide variety of functions like lubrication, protection against acids, maintenance of hydration etc.
Intensity mucosubstances secreted by goblet cells along the intestine of Centropomus parallelus and Centropomus undecimalis for each of the histochemical stains used.
Representative sections of airway epithelial mucosubstances, as detected using AB/PAS staining in proximal airways of late control (A), late BPA (B), early control (C), and early BPA (D) exposed groups.
Cysts usually contain mucosubstances and are lined by mucinous, ciliated, transitional, and/or squamous cells.
Effect of vegetable banana powder on changes induced by ulcerogenic agents in dissolved mucosubstances of gastric juice.