mesothelium


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epithelium originating in the embryonic mesoderm

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The mesothelium, the basal lamina, and the submesothelial connective tissue stratum are the three basic components of the serous membranes.
Lastly, the coelomic epithelium metaplasia theory hypothesizes that, under the influence of certain signaling mechanisms, likely inflammatory cytokines, the peritoneal mesothelium undergoes metaplasia into tissue that resembles endometrial-like tissue and stroma.
The cell lining was histologically supposed to be derived from endothelium or mesothelium by routine H&E staining (Figures 5(a) and 5(b)).
Proteoglycans and WT1 as markers for distinguishing adenocarcinoma, epithelioid mesothelioma, and benign mesothelium. J Pathol 2003; 199: 479-87.
The mesothelium was opened and evaluated but no signs of diverticulitis were detected.
Tunica serosa consisted of connective tissue, nerves, blood vessels and mesothelium (Rocha and Lima, 1998).
The outermost layer is the serosa, which is composed of the mesothelium and underlying thin, loose connective tissue (10, 11).
Mesothelial cells make up the mesothelium, a membrane which forms the lining of body cavities including the thoracic cavity (pleura), abdominal cavity (peritoneum), and heart sac (pericardium) or forms a membranous cover for the internal male reproductive organs (tunica vaginalis of testis).
Before implantation, the compound grafts were gently everted to let the mesothelium layer turn to the lumen and store in DMEM temporarily.
Caption: FIGURE 2: Immunoexpression of p-mTOR in human adult tissues (400x): (a) small intestine, (b) pancreas, (c) kidney, (d) urothelium, (e) lung, (f) mesothelium, (g) brain cortex, (h) myenteric plexus, and (i) skin.
At the same time, in mesothelium, there are conditions, under which the self-cleaning system fails to dispose of "the menstrual material" that causes failed antioxidant defense mechanisms and the development of the OS.
Pericardial cysts are usually thin walled, benign, filled with clear fluid, and lined by mesothelium. Thymic cysts may be unilocular or multilocular and are thin walled tense cysts filled with brown fluid showing pericystic fibrosis with inflammation, haemorrhage, and cholesterol clefts in the wall [7].
The identification of a stem cell niche in the FTE and the presence of a cancer-prone stem cell niche in the mesothelium and tubal (oviductal) epithelium support the idea that the FTE could play a role in the maintenance of the CSC niche [95, 96].
Then, after approximately 24 hours, the mesothelium will start to grow, followed by fibroblast proliferation on day 3 and angiogenesis on day 5.