This produces surfaces that are microscopically
rough, but fit together perfectly and can be adjusted with piezo devices to achieve the necessary one-nanometer gap.
After passing through ten-elements, the unit will layer materials over 2,000,000 times to provide a microscopically
To further explore the notion that adult cardiac stem cells exist, they microscopically
examined adult rat myocardium and identified cells negative for the expression of blood lineage markers (Lin-) but positive for the stem cell marker c-kit-POS, which is the receptor for stem cell factor.
The process uses plasma electrolytic oxidation to build a microscopically
thin, yet very hard, ceramic oxide coating on the magnesium, all within a completely non-toxic environment.
Without them all your individual microscopically
tiny liver cells wouldn't stick together to form your liver but would float around your body separately, like liver soup.
The multiple specimens would be set out on a single tray with identifying information so that the pathologists assigned to microscopically
examine the specimens could work quickly.
small crystals undergo additional processing in a conversion tank in which they are converted to their most stable form.
When examined microscopically
it was determined that the larvae of platypezids feed on the lamellae (gills), including basidiospores, as well as other basidiocarp tissue.
At times, hairs, such as body hairs or hair fragments, are not microscopically
compared prior to mtDNA analysis because they are not suitable for such examination.
thin composition that provides the self-cleaning properties is applied to a surface of the base glass while it is in its molten state.
Under fluorescent light, viable, apoptotic, and necrotic cells were microscopically
and other painters of "the American scene," a microscopically
observant local colorist who had chronicled Amer ica's good old days when they were still the living present.