ethmoturbinate

ethmoturbinate

[¦eth·mō′tər·bə‚nāt]
(anatomy)
Of or pertaining to the masses of ethmoid bone which form the lateral and superior portions of the turbinate bones in mammals.
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(B) Olfactory epithelium lining the ethmoturbinate space contains OSNs and Iba1-positive macrophages; Glial fibrillary acidic protein (GFAP) shows diffuse staining in the lamina propria but was not detected above background in the OSN layer.
Here, the OE is designated as the nasal mucosa lining the nasoturbinates and ethmoturbinates (Figure 1A).
The ethmoturbinate composed of 3 endoturbinates and 4 ectoturbinates.
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Adducted proteins identified from incubation of rat olfactory ethmoturbinate with [.sup.14]C-naphthalene.
Adducted proteins identified from incubations of monkey ethmoturbinate with [.sup.14]C-naphthalene.
RESULTS: The levels of reactive metabolite binding in incubations of rhesus ethmoturbinates and maxilloturbinates are similar to those in incubations of target tissues, including rat septal/olfactory regions and murine dissected airway incubations.
Ethmoturbinates and maxillo-turbinates were obtained from eight male and seven female rhesus macaques through the California National Primate Research Center [animal characteristics are available in Supplemental Material, Table 1 (doi:10.1289/ ehp.0901333)].
Similar yellow gelatinous material obliterated the right ethmoturbinates rostral to the cribriform plate.