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basalis

[bə′sal·əs]
(histology)
The basal portion of the endometrium; it is not shed during menstruation.
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Decidua Parietalis Immune Cells Express Higher Levels of Coinhibitory Markers Compared to Basalis. The surface expression of the coinhibitory molecules PD-1, TIM-3, LAG-3, and CTLA-4 was assayed on [CD4.sup.+] and [CD8.sup.+] T cells, [CD19.sup.+] B cells, and [CD56.sup.+] NK cells.
(36) Both LN and MCP showed even stronger statistical associations with other placental hypoxic lesions than with maternal and fetal status and were particularly associated with decidual arteriolopathy, multinucleated giant cells in decidua basalis, and excessive amount of extravillous trophoblasts in the placental disc (Table 2), just as they are associated with increased amount of migratory trophoblasts in the membranes themselves.
One of the important foramen in the norma basalis is jugular foramen, which is the main route of venous outflow from the skull and is characterized by laterality based on the predominance of one of the sides.
The green lacewing Mallada basalis (Walker) (Neuroptera: Chrysopidae) has a broad prey range and effective searching abilities (Li et al.
Thus far, only a few studies have investigated the therapeutic effects of DBS in dementia-related disorders referring to the nucleus basalis of Meynert, [sup][19] ANT, [sup][6],[7] EC [sup][8],[9] and FX, [sup][10],[11],[20] and the latter three structures are all parts of the Papez circuit.
Biological study and efficiency of the green lacewing, Mallada basalis (Walker) (Neuroptera: Chrysopidae) as biological control agent of Aphis craccivora Koch (Homoptera: Aphididae).
Descripcion de la larva y pupa de Euphoria basalis (Gory y Percheron, 1833) (Coleoptera: Melolonthidae: Cetoniinae) con observaciones sobre su biologia.
Total length 15-18 mm Euphoria biguttata 11 Basal half of elytra reddish, the rest black with or without variable sculpture 12 11' Basal half of elytra always lacking reddish spots 14 12 Clypeus almost square; posterior half of elytra black and lacking sculpture Euphoria dimidiata 12' Clypeus triangular; posterior half of black elytra with sculpture 13 13 Anterior margin of clypeus rounded; sides of pronotum rounded and with whitish sculpture Euphoria canescens 13' Anterior margin of clypeus truncate: sides of pronotum angled and lacking whitish sculpture Euphoria pulchella 14 Pronotum black 15 14' Pronotum reddish 16 15 Elytra bicolored, black with yellow Euphoria basalis 15' Elytra black with irregular whitish sculpture on posterior hall and sides.
(1999) reported that a standardized bacoside-rich extract of BM, administered for 2 weeks in rats, reversed cognitive deficits induced by intracerebroventricularly administered colchicines and by injection of ibotenic acid into the nucleus basalis magnocellularis.
Johnson (1984, 1985) reported that Trissolcus basalis Wollaston, Trissolcus solocis, Trissolcus cristatus Johnson and Telenomus hullensis parasitized Podisus maculiventris Say.
Specifically, these include a skin biopsy specimen with a [CD.sub.1a] antigen-expressing LCH; a "sausage" control containing an S100 protein-expressing melanoma; placenta and decidua basalis with IL-11 antigen-positive intermediate trophoblasts and decidual cells; tonsillar tissue containing LAP antigen-expressing squamous epithelium and endothelial cells; and a "sausage" control with endothelial cells immunoreactive for ACE antigen.
[3] Interpretation of an endometrial stromal neoplasm in biopsy or curettage material first depends on its recognition as a neoplastic stromal process and its distinction from potential mimics including endometrial basalis, aglandular functionalis, endometrial polyp and adenosarcoma.