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mammary

[′mam·ə·rē]
(anatomy)
Of or pertaining to the mamma, or breast.
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Free flow of internal mammary artery was measured immediately after harvesting within a syringe, and its flow was measured in 30 seconds.
The mammary gland comprises two main cellular subtypes: the basal cells and luminal cells.
The corpse was fixed and preserved using 10% aqueous formaldehyde solution, after which thoracic mammary glands and abdominal glands were removed by incision.
It is believed that the low incidence of mammary carcinomas in cattle is related to factors such as successive pregnancies, low exposure to estrogen during calving process, early culling, and high lactation rate (MIHEVC & DOVC, 2013).
The supply of glucose to mammary glands is a metabolic priority in lactating mammals, and the resulting glucose uptake by the mammary gland can account for as much as 60% to 85% of the total glucose that enters the blood [3,4].
Network, functional and pathway analysis of the mammary gland genes were performed to find mastitis resistant genes, which helped us to identify prime genes of mammary gland that are more resistant to mastitis, and analysis of those resistant genes helped to find the solution of mastitis and immunity related diseases.
Using a cocktail of growth factors, scientists were able to grow mouse mammary cells into threedimensional mammary tissue.
Mammary analogue secretory carcinoma usually occurs in adults but afflicts patients across a wide age range (13-77 years), with a mean age of about 45 years, and is slightly more common in males.
1], who proposed the current term, and documented the similarity between the salivary and the secretory mammary carcinoma, also known as juvenile breast cancer.
This study was designed to investigate the impact of ligand-activated aryl hydrocarbon receptor (AHR) on ligand-activated estrogen receptor (ER) signaling pathways in the rodent mammary gland.
In canines, mammary tumors are the second most frequently encountered spontaneous neoplasms following those derived from skin (Moulton et al.