cellular material

cellular material

Any material that contains many cells (either open or closed, or both) dispersed throughout the mass.
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Film, PriorityWrap Bubble, Shrink Film Products and Materials, Specialty Foams Products and Materials, TempShield Reflective Foil Air Cellular Material, and Wonderfil Film.
the scores for background blood/clot, amounts of cellular material, degree of cellular degeneration, degree of cellular trauma or retention of appropriate architecture, did not differ significantly between the sampling techniques (Table 3).
Tissue Regenix has a patented a multi-tissue regenerative medical platform, decellularisation technology, which removes DNA and other cellular material from animal and human tissue leaving an acellular tissue scaffold that is not rejected by the patient's body and can be used to repair diseased or worn out body parts.
Supply and installation of a waterproofing part of work above ground and buried with organic thermal insulation and cellular material.
Some efforts have also been made on architected cellular material to extend the foam material to honeycomb material for better pedestrian protection.
The company's patented decellularisation technology removes DNA and other cellular material from animal and human tissue leaving an acellular tissue scaffold which is not rejected by the patient's body which can then be used to repair diseased or worn out body parts.
Forensics experts found cellular material - most likely skin cells - beneath the victim's fingernails, and DNA testing found it came from three people, including Mr Smith himself.
The cellular material in conventional smear is considered to be mild when there are 5-50 nucleated cells per high power field, moderate when there are 50-200 cells per high power field and marked when there are >200 cells per high power field.
Their findings show that thermal sonicating technology causes weakening of the cell by forming cavitation in the cellular structure and disruption and breakdown of cellular materials, formation of pores, lack or clumping of cellular material, breakdown of cell membrane, and inactivation of the target microorganism.
Croydon-based cellular material technology specialist, Zotefoams, expects eight percent growth in sales in the first six months of 2015.
CUSH Pads[TM] are not a cellular material but rather of a solid nature.
Broadway, a space that belongs to the American Institute of Architects of Southwestern Oregon, will show one-of-a-kind pieces by local woodworker Tom Clark, who describes his art as based on "wood as a cellular material that grows toward the light, a story that parallels our own.

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