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an epithelium of mesoblastic origin

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Hypothesis: This study evaluated the vasoactive properties of a Berberis orthobotrys root extract and its fractions, and investigated the role of the endothelium and the underlying mechanism.
e) Fair endothelium (Marked defects, low cell density, vacuolated cells).
A healthy endothelium promotes optimal blood flow, prevents blood clots, prevents plaque buildup, and prevents inflammation.
Citation: "Scl Represses Cardiomyogenesis in Prospective Hemogenic Endothelium and Endocardium;" Van Handel et al.
No complications related to cell injection therapy were observed and reconstructed corneal endothelium with Y-27632 exhibited normal hexagonal cell shape.
Testosterone-induced relaxation was dependent of sex [male endothelium (ME(+)): 24.
When the endothelium is damaged, it produces less NO.
It was previously believed that the endothelium served no other purpose than to act as an inert "wrapper" of the vascular system, allowing both water and electrolytes to pass in and out of the bloodstream.
This study is the first to identify the molecular mechanism of vitamin D3-triggered restoration of the function of damaged endothelium in the cardiovasculature.
concluded that evaluation of corneal endothelium in diabetic patients should be part of the protocol for eye care of diabetic patients.
6] M phenylephrine was added to rat aortic rings with or without endothelium.
1) Overactivation of inflammatory response: endothelium releases cytokines, such as interleukins, tumor necrosis factor-a, and increases expression of endothelial cell surface adhesion molecules, thus mediates firm adhesion of leukocytes and monocytes, further aggravates endothelium inflammation.
The obtained micrographs were then analyzed in order to study the influence of SLT on the corneal endothelium.
Corneal endothelium plays a major role in maintaining the optical transparency of the cornea.
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