, the axon tips - called growth cones - reached toward the netrin-secreting engineered cells.
Visually and microscopically
, the texture and the mineralogy of the mineralization at Mequillon is identical to the net-textured mineralization found at the Mesamax deposit.
, there was severe necrotizing pancreatitis and lymphocytic meningoencephalitis.
, ulcerated squamous epithelium was seen, as were underlying lobules of tumor tissue that were arranged predominantly in microcystic cribriform, tubular, and solid patterns (figure 4).
An outbreak patient was defined as a person with microscopically
confirmed Cryptosporidium infection who became ill during the outbreak period and who was a resident in the water supply areas.
So macroscopically we want the polymer to look solid, while microscopically
it's really a slow-moving liquid.
The two partners invented and patented an approach to the digital capture of microscopically
magnified optical information, called Fourier Absolute Spatial Resolution technology (FASR(TM) Imaging) that improves results at such a low cost that it is has the potential to revolutionize some industries and revitalize others.
, hemosiderin deposits, related to cachexia and/or hemolytic anemia, were observed in those birds harboring oil in the intestine.
, facial nerve hemangiomas are seen as large vascular spaces lined with thin endothelium surrounded by thick walls filled with uniform fibrous tissue.
Scientists aiming ultimately to make microscopically
thin wires succeeded recently in making superstrong nanometer-size tubes from carbon (SN: 4/3/93, p.
And BioNanomatrix's microscopically
small bionano chip technology is getting a big boost by the Science Center's Launch Business Mentoring Program.
, there is a subepithelial, extracellular, acellular, amorphous, eosinophilic matrix deposition that is often accentuated around minor seromucus glands and vessels (figure 1).
Stored in air, this cylinder readily accumulates a microscopically
thin, but palpable film of "dirt.
As part of this alliance the two companies will use BioZone's proprietary liposome technology, QuSomes(TM), to microscopically
encapsulate CytoGenix' ssDNA expression system sequences and protect them from metabolic destruction by exo- and endo-nucleases found on the skin and in the bloodstream.
, the common features of pseudotumors are dense hyalinization, fibrous proliferation, and lymphoblastic cell infiltration with histicytes, foam, spindle, and mast cells.