The received data showed that the structural-mechanical indicators of the muscular tissue of red deer meat depend on the structure of tissues and depth of development with regards to the autolytic
Of the many aspects of the suicide, there are 10 mutual features to be highlighted, described by Shneidman, in Definition of suicide, and they can be found in each and every category of people who commit the autolytic
Dressings with hydrocolloids are also used, which aid in autolytic
debridement and stimulate angiogenesis but may cause maceration of adjacent tissue, like calcium alginate, activated charcoal, and hydropolymer adhesive dressing, indicated for exudative wounds and contraindicated for dry wounds .
The stomach mucosal epithelium was multifocally lost, likely due to early autolytic
Then, a helicase separates the double-stranded miRNA to produce one stable single-stranded miRNA, while the other strand is processed for autolytic
Harm to liver cells can cause escape into the serum owing to autolytic
breakdown or cellular necrosis .
Honey also aids autolytic
debridement and accelerates the growth of healthy granulated wound bed .
Horiuchi, "A chitinase gene, chiB, involved in the autolytic
process of Aspergillus nidulans," Current Genetics, vol.
Changes in the water-holding capacity of meat during postmortem aging, observed in our study, resulted from autolytic
degradation of cytoskeletal proteins (Huff- Lonergan and Lonergan, 2005).
The medication is formulated to create a moist healing environment that promotes granulation, epitheliazation and autolytic
debridement while providing prolonged anesthesia of the wound, there by reducing the need for systemic pain medications, including opiate-based drugs.
Astero[R] is specifically formulated to create a moist healing environment, which promotes granulation, epithelialization, and autolytic
debridement, while providing prolonged anesthesia of the wound, lessening the need for systemic pain medications including opiate based drugs.