nervous tissue


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Choline alfoscerate is a precursor in the biosynthesis of brain phospholipids and increases the bioavailability of choline in nervous tissue.
Its inclusive approach to the field is intended to provide an exposition of clinical material that provides readers with a comprehensive view of the field while still allowing appreciation of the full breadth and depth of each disease of the nervous tissue.
In addition to the new conditions, qualifying conditions are cancer, glaucoma, multiple sclerosis, damage to the nervous tissue of the spinal cord with intractable spasticity, epilepsy and HIV/AIDS.
Mollin rides with the Friends for Life team, which was started by Denyse and Mike Dodd after their daughter, Isabelle, was successfully treated for neuroblastoma, a cancer of the nervous tissue.
Addition of small amounts of carbon dioxide--large amounts kill the cells--to undifferentiated frog embryo cells caused the cells to form nervous tissue the day after fertilization, Dr.
Now, they are applying this technique to living human nerve cells, obtaining human dorsal root ganglia neurons to engineer into transplantable nervous tissue.
They are usually associated with autonomic nervous tissue, and they function as chemoreceptors.
Tissues identified in the mass included cartilage, bone, lung, trachea, renal tubules, feather follicles, keratin cysts, nervous tissue, smooth muscle, and glandular epithelium resembling intestinal mucosa (Fig 3).
Around 70 children a year are diagnosed with neuroblastoma which attached itself to the nervous tissue in immature nervous systems.
cattle aged 20 months or less, and then only if packers remove the brains, spinal columns and nervous tissue regarded most at risk of carrying the infective agent for BSE.
After bones and nervous tissue are disposed of, other markets had to be found for the remaining meat products in order to maximise carcass value
We're excited that these international 'dream teams' of leading scientists and physicians have accepted our challenge to develop the tools needed for conducting clinical trials aimed at protecting against and repairing nervous tissue damage in MS," said John R.
Beta-amyrin affects the central nervous tissue in a similar manner to antidepressant drugs, while beta-sitosterol has been shown to reduce cholesterol.
Thus a neuroblast which may be indistinguishable from another cell in the beginning would become increasingly different from the others as the process of differentiation continues and eventually becomes a nervous tissue.
procyonis larvae migrating through their nervous tissue and many have had nervous system damage and eye damage caused by it.