endomysium


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endomysium

[‚en·də′miz·ē·əm]
(histology)
The connective tissue layer surrounding an individual skeletal muscle fiber.
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Disappearance of endomysium antibodies in treated celiac disease does not indicate histological recovery.
The IgA subclass distributions of endomysium and gliadin antibodies in human sera are different.
The wavy sheets structures of perimysium and the sheaths of endomysium were maintained, and became only slightly disordered.
Light microscopic images of raw and boiled shrimp, focusing mianly on the transverse inner part of the shrimp meat, indicating muscle fibre, endomysium and perimysium, are shown in Fig.
4) In chronic cases, there is new connective tissue deposition in the endomysium and perimysium.
Connective Collagen/Fibroblast fibrils of endomysium or Tissue perimysium, or spindle-shaped nucleus in interstitium.
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Muscle and spindle cells begin to atrophy and the perimysium and endomysium thicken.
The endomysial collagen between individual and small groups of muscle fibers is greatly thickened (compare Figure 16 with Figure 3, which shows a normal endomysium, and has conspicuous collagen only in its horizontal band of the perimysium separating the 2 muscle fascicles).
CD patients produce antibodies against gliadin and autoantibodies against histological structures called endomysium and its dominant antigen tissue transglutaminase (tTG).
The pieces were divided into two groups, one was immersed in distilled water for several hours for an observation of cross section of raw and cooked muscle tissue, and another was in 8% NaOH for 7 days for an observation of Perimysium and Endomysium in raw muscle tissue.