intramembranous


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intramembranous

[‚in·trə′mem·brə·nəs]
(histology)
Formed or occurring within a membrane.
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The hypothesis that the dense-deposit disease and C3 glomerulonephritis are part of a continuum, as shown by cases that are intermediate between dense-deposit disease and C3 glomerulonephritis with some capillary loops showing the sausage-shaped intramembranous deposits of dense-deposit disease and other loops showing the subendothelial and subepithelial deposits of C3 glomerulonephritis on electron microscopy.
Ultrastructural localization of alkaline phosphatase in initial intramembranous osteogenesis.
New bone forms by a processes resembling intramembranous ossification.
The researchers observed changes in intramembranous ossification and marrow hypercellularity resulting from chronic sleep loss.
In the eighth week of gestation, intramembranous ossification begins on the membrane that covers the cartilaginous nasal capsule.
All the heavy metal transporters have been classified as CPx-ATPases because they share the common feature of a conserved intramembranous cystein-proline-cystein, cystein-proline-histidine or cystein-prolineserine (CPx) motif, which is thought to be function in heavy metal transport across the membrane (Belouchi et al.
CED results from disturbance of intramembranous ossification (Fig.
The intramembranous area of the internal elastic tunica, intramembranous area of external elastic tunica and cross-section of lumen, the perimeters of internal elastic tunica and external elastic tunica and the lumen were measured with MIAS medical image analysis system.
Immunolocalization of collagen types I and III, tenascin, and fibronectin in intramembranous bone.
Fracture healing involves primary recruitment, proliferation, and differentiation of both osteoprogenitors (osteoblast progenitors), for intramembranous ossification, and undifferentiated mesenchymal cells, for endochondral bone formation (Barnes et al.
A better understanding of both normal and abnormal intramembranous bone development will be paramount to the advancement of future diagnoses, treatments and prevention of many craniofacial disorders.

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