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any small compartment

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To determine the chemical composition of the thickenings in root cortical cells, the material was sectioned by hand longitudinally and transversally, and coloured with different polychromatic dyes: aquatic solution 1% of Cresyl Violet and 1% aquatic solution of Cresyl Blue.
Cellular/ tissue adrenal medullary and cortical transplantation may have a role in replenishing the damaged adrenal medullary and cortical cells through the positive intrinsic homing effect of the transplanted cell.
contain cortical cells with internal, stubby-branched hyphae that appear
These foci were mainly located in the peripheral portions of the tumor Additionally, strands of adrenal cortical cells, mainly of the reticularis type, were found mingled with the neurofibromatous tissue, some of which were seen in close proximity to the myelolipomatous foci (Figure 4).
In the laboratory dish, human brain stem cells are chock full of Pax6 and produce a large volume of cortical cells, notes Xiaoqing Zhang (no relation to Su-Chun Zhang), a UW-Madison neuroscientist and the lead author of the Cell Stem Cell paper.
Membrane potential recording was then achieved by impaling root tip cortical cells with a conventional microelectrode filled with 300 mM KCl.
We would predict, however, that even if cortical cells are not damaged directly, cortical plasticity is likely to be vulnerable to disruptions in the integrity of the extrinsic afferent systems that trigger it or modulate its expression.
The team led by Wen-Biao Gan of New York University School of Medicine investigated cortical cells that respond to visual information.
D11, a monoclonal antibody used to mark the nuclei of adrenal cortical cells, may also show reactivity with hepatocellular carcinomas, lung carcinomas, and renal cell carcinoma.