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a very fine continuous strand

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Such high orientation factors for crystalline and amorphous phases, with high crystallinity, high amorphous isotropy, and unique fibrillar precursor lead to magnificently high tensile performance for the drawn hIB yarn.
Histologically, all tumors contained noncohesive cells with eccentric vesicular nuclei, prominent nucleoli, and fibrillar, eosinophilic cytoplasmic inclusions.
The hepatopancreas of Eriocheir sinensis is composed of multiple blind-end tubules, and the tubule walls consist of 4 kinds of epithelial cells, embryonic cells, resorptive cells, fibrillar cells, and blisterlike cells.
Electron microscopy shows expansion of the mesangial matrix and enlargement of the subendothelial aspect of GBM with marked accumulation of fibrillar material.
The surface is now apparently nonporous, and the previous fibrillar morphology is absent.
Amyloidosis is an uncommon, progressive disease characterized by extracellular deposition of insoluble fibrillar proteins in tissues leading to organ failure.
In pits that have experienced scraping from the knife, a fibrillar structure is evident (Fig.
Pseudoexfoliation syndrome (PEX) is an age related, generalized disorder of the extracellular matrix characterized by the multifocal production and progressive accumulation of a fibrillar extracellular material in intra- and extraocular tissue, which is the result of either an excessive production or insufficient breakdown or both (1).
Excellagen is a new, FDA-cleared, highly-refined fibrillar collagen-based topical gel (2.
He covers lesions associated with monoclonal immunoglobulin production and non-fibrillar protein deposits, lesions associated with fibrillar and microtubular protein deposits, and lesions associate with monoclonal immunoglobulin-M production and deposits.
The recent development of the radiopharmaceutical carbon 11-labeled Pittsburgh Compound B ([ 11 C]PiB) has made it possible to image fibrillar (fiber) forms of the Amyloid beta protein, which is the major part of the amyloid plaque in Alzheimer disease.
Parallel furrow pattern was mostly located on the fingers, fibrillar pattern and
Oxidised regenerated cellulose (Surgicel) fibrillar is the preferred absorbable material that is routinely used at this institution for fast haemostasis of bleeding tissue with irregular surface.
First described in 1842 by Rokitansky (1) and so named by Virchow (2) in 1851, amyloidosis is an idiopathic phenomenon that occurs as a result of an extracellular deposition of normally soluble proteins (amyloids) in an abnormal fibrillar form.