nervous tissue


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nervous tissue

[′nər·vəs ¦tish·ü]
(histology)
The nerve cells and neuroglia of the nervous system.
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However, because the cranium of the bat was intact, exposure to brain material by the persons who consumed the salad was unlikely, although exposure to the bat's organs or peripheral nervous tissue was possible.
Animals intended for slaughter can still be used for meat, provided you dispose of the damaged area, handle nervous tissue carefully, and cook the meat thoroughly.
Treated animals demonstrated significantly improved voluntary control of bladder function, walking ability and preservation of at-risk nervous tissue.
Neural transplants benefit of the intrinsic plasticity of real neurons, yet the interaction of the graft with the host nervous tissue is consequently poorly predictable.
TFF1 and TFF3 are both found in the nervous tissue, however, to a much lower extent than in the mucous epithelia.
The ectodermal tissues consisted of skin with adnexa nervous tissue and nerve fibers uveal tissue transitional epithelium choroid epithelium and keratin material.
3] At present, the most accurate way of diagnosing CS is the demonstration of schistosoma eggs surrounded by a granulomatous reaction on nervous tissue biopsies.
However, it should also be noted that the infectious agent, although most highly-concentrated in nervous tissue, can be found in virtually all tissues throughout the body, including blood.
The study demonstrates that the regeneration of nervous tissue by means of cell fusion is possible in mammals and describes this new technique as a potential mechanism for the regeneration of more complex nervous tissue.
There are small foci resembling immature cartilage, hair follicle and peripheral nervous tissue, endometrial tissue and immature tissue which cannot be categorized.
Hence nervous tissue better utilize the thiamine for repairing of injured tissue (Jones, 1982).
The anterior insula, a small nugget of nervous tissue buried deep in the brain, may be the region that influences these perceptions, the researchers suggested.