cytoarchitectural


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of or relating to cytoarchitecture

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Ultrastructural and cytoarchitectural features of lymphoreticular organs in the colon and rectum of adult BALB/c mice.
[1] In our series, we observed a frequent association between immunophenotype and morphology (cytoarchitectural features).
Our cytoarchitectural analysis of myofibers that were immobilized and then remobilized with free movement in the cage or with therapeutic stretching showed a discontinuous pattern of dystrophin labeling and sarcolemma undulations, mainly when passive stretching was performed for three days.
After 50 years, this book continues to be useful to students and professionals in neuroscience and neuromedicine because of the high level of detail of cytoarchetecture and the extensive field experience of the original author, a pioneer of the modern understanding that cytoarchitectural differences reflect differences in brain function.
James, "Combined chemical and topographical guidance cues for directing cytoarchitectural polarization in primary neurons," Biomaterials, vol.
In fact, IPMNs display a spectrum of cytoarchitectural atypia, ranging from none to borderline to marked and can also be associated with invasive carcinoma [12].
"This dataset allows for the first time a 3-D exploration of human cytoarchitectural anatomy." Thin sections of a 65-year-old human female brain, which was embedded in paraffin wax, were cut with a special large-scale tool called a microtome.
If the cytoarchitectural features of leiomyomas are compared to the myometrium itself, several differences are apparent.
Additional pathology analysis assessed tumor grade and cytoarchitectural features.
Cytoarchitectural and axonal maturation in human auditory cortex.
This species, being so commonly available and so unique in its behavioral characteristics, has long deserved detailed cytoarchitectural studies of its brain.
Cell stiffness may be associated with these cytoarchitectural changes.
There is also an evidence of various cytoarchitectural alteration including abnormal neural organization in the entorhinal cortex, disarray of hippocampal neurons, an altered distribution of neurons in the subcortical white matter and decreased neural size (Harrison & Benes as cited in Gelder, et al., 2000).
An additional function of the increased uterine capacity for protein synthesis may be to facilitate the production of the abundant cytoarchitectural and secreted proteins induced at the end of the uterotrophic response (see below).