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a process in which individuals (or small groups) penetrate an area (especially the military penetration of enemy positions without detection)

the slow passage of a liquid through a filtering medium

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In the evaluations of intestinal histology, the scores for edema, inflammatory cellular infiltration of the lamina propria, and vessel vasodilation were significantly higher in the TAA group than those in the other groups (all p<0.
Tcell cytokines are associated with cellular infiltration into the airways, mucus hypersecretion, eosinophil accumulation, AHR, and remodeling of the airways and lungs (28,29).
The following light microscopic criteria for each individual were evaluated for small intestinal cross- sections: Disintegration and discontinuity in epithelial areas and villi epithelium, irregularity, enlargement, compression and edema in the villi, decrease in the number of crypts, hyperemia and eudema in submucosae, and mononuclear cellular infiltration.
No change was observed in the fish gills from the control group while the CYP exposure severaly damaged the gills by causing cellular infiltration congestion swollen tip of the gill filament hererophilic infiltration (Fig.
Mild degree of cellular infiltration along with moderate neovascularisation was recorded at this time interval in calves of group I ( Fig.
Three rabbits containing 2 constructs from each method were euthanized at 2 weeks and 8 weeks after surgery to assess the inflammatory response and cellular infiltration of the xenograft.
The liver of the APAP exclusively intoxicated rats showed moderate portal congestion with periportal hepatic necrosis, cellular infiltration, and foci of haemorrhage into the hepatic parenchyma.
In many of these approaches, the eventual distribution of vessels within a thick structure is reliant on in vitro cellular infiltration and self-organization of the cell mixture.
The grading of the diffuse cellular infiltration and the granuloma formation were carried out by two independent observers.
Acute IR irradiation also increases new, leaky vessel formation and induces inflammatory cellular infiltration and (b) Heat energy, which increases skin temperature, also increases MMP-1, -3, and -12, and modulates elastin and Fibrillin synthesis, resulting in the development of solar elastosis.
This material (Gore BioATM tissue reinforcement) is composed of a web of bioabsorbable copolymers that provide a matrix that facilitates cellular infiltration and tissue generation and is no longer present to any significant degree in approximately six months.
Bone marrow was hypercellular with marked megakaryocytic hyperplasia, but no evidence of fibrosis or cellular infiltration.
Cellular infiltration had clearly decreased for the cross-linking matrices, with and without attached glycosaminoglycans.
This was reflected in better liver function tests and decreased signs of tissue damage and inflammatory cellular infiltration in diseased organs.
Skin biopsy showed dense lichenoid cellular infiltration in the papillary dermis.
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