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intercellular

[¦in·tər′sel·yə·lər]
(histology)
Of or pertaining to the region between cells.
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R Molecular models of the intercellular lipid lamellae from epidermal stratum comeum.
Nonspecific staining was present in some control cases; these were associated with debris and exudate, or stained in a homogeneous, mostly cytoplasmic pattern (Figure 1, F through H), instead of the distinct, condensed, continuous immunoreactivity localized to the intercellular junctions of keratinocytes, as seen in pemphigus.
The deleterious effects of vascular risk factors on factors necessary for collateral growth, including proangiogenic growth factors, endothelial function, the redox state of the coronary circulation, intra and intercellular signaling, monocytes and bone marrow-derived progenitors cells may impair collateral development by altered microenvi-ronment of the coronary circulation.
The glandular tissue lacks prominent intercellular spaces and its cells are approximately 0.
These techniques work by melting some wood components and forming at the interface between the two wood surfaces to be joined a composite of entangled wood fibers drowned into a matrix of melted wood intercellular material, such as lignin.
Plasma concentration of soluble intercellular adhesion molecule 1 and risks of future myocardial infarction in apparently healthy men.
The exopolysaccharide polysaccharide intercellular adhesin (PIA) was located at the cell surface of S.
the general pattern was arbuscules developing from intercellular hyphae.
Cytokines are proteins that are responsible for regulating both the duration and intensity of immune responses and for mediating intercellular communication.
After spending some spare time during her Christmas holidays sifting through data on the phenomena of anarchic cell growth cancerous tumours, she confirmed her hypothesis that deficiencies in intercellular communication had a major role to play in the process.
Hyphae were also seen penetrating the host cell wall and extending into the intercellular spaces.