canaliculus


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Related to canaliculus: Perna canaliculus, tympanic canaliculus

canaliculus

[‚kan·əl′ik·yə·ləs]
(histology)
One of the minute channels in bone radiating from a Haversian canal and connecting lacunae with each other and with the canal.
A passage between the cells of the cell cords in the liver.

canaliculus

A small channel or groove, as a fluting carved on the face of a triglyph.
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3,10) In our study the inferior canaliculus was involved in 71.
The length of the posterior canaliculus is also highly variable, ranging from 3 to 14 mm.
Perna canaliculus Lipid Complex PCSO-524[TM] Demonstrated Pain Relief for Osteoarthritis Patients Benchmarked against Fish Oil, a Randomized Trial, without Placebo Control," Zawadzki et al, Journal of Marine Drugs, 2013, 11(6), 19201935; doi:10.
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Our GlycOmega greenshell mussel powder is sourced from New Zealand greenshell mussel meat, Perna canaliculus, which is native to New Zealand and one of the most sustainable omega 3 fatty acid products in the world.
2]0 showed a cytotoxic effect of the manganese ions on the astrocytes causing the destruction of the mitochondria, the dilatation of the canaliculus and cisterns of the endoplasmatic reticulum, an accumulation of glycogen granules and reduction of the oxidative processes in the nervous system.
Hershman prescribes Glycoflex, a nutritional supplement that contains freeze-dried Perna canaliculus or New Zealand Green Lipped Mussel.
Hickman DW, Illinworgh J (1980) Condition cycle of the green-lipped mussel Perna canaliculus in New Zealand.