ultrastructural


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ultrastructural

adjective Referring to structures of a size below the resolution of conventional LM, usually electron microscopy
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Ultrastructural analysis by Transmission Electron Microscopy (TEM): After neuromuscular facilitation achievement at 60 min of incubation with the methanolic extract of R.
Chordoid Glioma of the third ventricle: an ultrastructural study of three cases with histogenetic hypothesis.
The ultrastructural features of developing Kveim test granulomas.
Histochemical and ultrastructural features of an unusual pulmonary carcinosarcoma.
Therefore, the current study objective was ultrastructural analysis of the multipotential population of HPCs, including their relations with adherent hepatic nonparenchymal cells (NPCs), especially HSCs/myofibroblasts in the course of periportal fibroductular reaction in the model of biliary fibrosis in young rats caused by bile duct ligation.
Kim, "Malignant glomus tumor originating in the superior mediastinum: an immunohistochemical and ultrastructural study," Journal of Korean Medical Science, vol.
The ultrastructural features of the gill epithelium of adult Daphnia magna are consistent with their dual function of ion transport from the surrounding medium to the hemolymph and transport of macromolecules from the hemolymph towards the cuticle.
The etiology, pathogenesis, epidemiology, clinical presentation, radiographic, macroscopic, ultrastructural, light microscopic, immunohistochemical features, and treatment of RO are discussed.
The case studies herein cover a wide range of topics in palaeoecology and palaeobiogeography: from ultrastructural features of Early Palaeozoic fauna and flora to combined geochemical, stratigraphical and seismic analyses of palaeoenvironments.
The immotility is due to a variety of ultrastructural defects in respiratory cilia and sperm tail.