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dentate

1. having teeth or toothlike processes
2. (of leaves) having a toothed margin

dentate

[′den‚tāt]
(biology)
Having teeth.
Having toothlike or conical marginal projections.
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Tanshinone I enhances neurogenesis in the mouse hippocampal dentate gyrus via increasing Wnt-3, phosphorylated glycogen synthase kinase-3[sz] and [sz]-catenin immunoreactivities.
The key to understanding the feasibility of outpatient treatment is that there are no sensorynerve fibres above the dentate (pectinate) line in the anus,which is at the squamo-mucosal junction8.
Relationship of masticatory mandibular movements to masticatory performance of dentate adults: a method study.
Immunostaining revealed extensive and severe tau pathology, which was characteristic of Braak stage VI (eg, with additional involvement of primary visual cortex and dentate gyrus in addition to hippocampus proper and subiculum, cingulate and association cortices, periventricular thalamus, and basal forebrain).
The researchers said identifying CCK neurons in the dentate gyrus as the site of interest, will advance scientists' understanding of how SSRIs work.
Furthermore, the number of cells in the hippocampal dentate gyrus increased with G-CSF treatment.
GFAP-expressing radial glia-like cell bodies are involved in a one-to-one relationship with doublecortin-immunolabeled newborn neurons in the adult dentate gyrus.
The posterior maxillary segments in proximity of maxillary sinus were classified as edentulous (partial, complete and atrophic edentulous) and dentate maxillary segments (14).
McGinty, "Rapid eye movement sleep deprivation contributes to reduction of neurogenesis in the hippocampal dentate gyrus of the adult rat," Sleep, vol.
Over a period of 90 days, study participants who consumed the high-flavanol beverage experienced improvements in dentate gyrus activity and significant gains in memory compared to participants who did not consume a high-flavanol diet.
Some of the connections were even long-range, linking new neurons in the dentate gyrus to other brain regions to form circuits that may play important roles in memory and navigation.
Besides improvements on the memory test -- a pattern recognition test involving the kind of skill used in remembering where you parked the car or recalling the face of someone you just met -- researchers found increased function in an area of the brain's hippocampus called the dentate gyrus which involves memory.