epithelial tissue

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Synonyms for epithelial tissue

membranous tissue covering internal organs and other internal surfaces of the body

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circularisquama for 3 h triggered hemocytic infiltration in epithelial tissue and connective tissue (Fig.
The results of the present study are similar to the previous studies, the role of zinc in preserving healthy epithelial tissues, renewing of filliform papillae and the positive effect of zinc sulfate in treatment of geographic tongue were not clearly observed.
Of the lubricants tested, Good Clean Love and PRE, both water-based iso-osmolar lubricants, were shown to be least harmful to epithelial tissue, along with two silicon-based lubricants, Female Condom 2 and Wet Platinum.
Rajagopal, who did his own postdoctoral fellowship in Melton's laboratory during the first half of the past decade after completing his training in pulmonary medicine, said that having both the G551D and 508 genes in the epithelial tissue provides a way to prove that the tissue will be effective in testing drugs against CF.
They were able to image previously placed mesh located in the vaginal epithelium, and were able to measure the thickness of the epithelial tissue.
Ninety percent of all human tumors, including breast, lung, prostate, colon, pancreatic and skin cancers, arise in the epithelial tissue that lines body surfaces," said Khavari.
Gotu Kola Complex, a synergistic herbal combination from MediHerb, is recommended for connective and epithelial tissue challenges, particularly during times of increased physical stress.
The p63 gene orchestrates this action in epithelial tissue, the researchers say.
of Arkansas for Medical Sciences) include target topics, an outline format, full online access and a PDA option with their descriptions of cell surfaces, cytoplasmic structures, nucleus and cell division, epithelial tissue, connective tissue, nervous tissue, muscular tissue, the integumentary system, blood cells and their formation, the immune system, the digestive and urinary systems, male and female reproductive systems, the endocrine system and sense organs.
No comment was given on the product's propensity toward staining/incinerating the lungs and epithelial tissue.
We found that methoprene exposure produced qualitative and quantitative differences in the phosphorylation of proteins extracted from epithelial tissue of postmolt juvenile lobsters when compared with tissues of control animals.
The team of 11 researchers took oral and lung epithelial tissue samples of 125 chronic and former smokers enrolled in a lung cancer chemoprevention study, with another sample taken three months later.
Not observing epithelial tissue reconstruction (primary sealing of wound by blood coagulation including fiber and blood cells and evaporation from coagulation surface and crut on wound surface, sometimes mucosa excretion with mesensymal source in the keratocells collected on wound was seen as a distinguished layer on wound).
Some chemicals damage vaginal and vulvar epithelial tissue.
The authors identified a molecular pathway specific to epithelial tissue in the esophagus involving a gene called CAPN14, which they found becomes dramatically up-regulated in the disease process.