nervous tissue

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Synonyms for nervous tissue

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Since TFF1 and TFF3 are found in the adult brain of mice and rats, it is interesting to investigate their expression in mouse embryonic nervous tissue, and also to screen for their presence in the neurons of the peripheral nervous system both in adult animals and embryos.
This discovery is important not only because of the possible medical applications for retinal regeneration but also for the possible regeneration of other nervous tissues," said Daniela Sanges, first author of the work and postdoctoral researcher in PIa Cosma's laboratory.
2001), providing nutrients to the nervous tissue by forming the blood-brain barrier (BBB) (Abbott et al.
Choline alfoscerate is a precursor in the biosynthesis of brain phospholipids and increases the bioavailability of choline in nervous tissue.
The primary obstacle was, and remains, system compatibility; the delicate and complicated web of nervous tissue that is the brain doesn't communicate well with wires and electronics.
The reasons might be due to the inability to bring all the susceptible animals under the immunization umbrella, no restrictions of movement of animals, frequent dissemination of virus from wild animals, use of nervous tissue or low quality vaccine, improper immunization, non-maintenance of cold chain, presence of maternally derived antibodies and existence of rabies related viruses (19), (20).
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.
Body tissues fall into one of four categories: epithelial tissue, connective tissue, nervous tissue, and muscle tissue.
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.
For example, individual fibers could sometimes be detected originating within the lateral nerves projecting from the hyponeural nervous tissue, and some of these showed co-labeling with anti-GFSKLYFamide (Fig.
They are usually associated with autonomic nervous tissue, and they function as chemoreceptors.