Besides, the LLDPE fibrils
observed in the cross section are all treated as complete cylinders.
were added to normal neurons, they were quickly pulled into the cells and passed along to neighboring cells; however, this was seen only in very few neurons from the mice that lacked LAG3.
The study also developed computational algorithms for the degradation of the collagen fibril
network in the articular cartilage and its reorganization in order to predict the development and progression of osteoarthritis caused by overweight and cartilage damage.
The cellulose fibrils
were chosen due to their high stiffness and high aspect ratio, and were derived directly from wood, making them sustainable and cost efficient.
morphology and organization: implications for force transmission in ligament and tendon.
2 that the fibril
parameters are significantly influenced by the mixing protocol.
When wet abraded, in both fabrics fibre ends were pulled apart leaving frayed fibril
University of Wisconsin-Madison professor Martin Zanni used a sophisticated technique that relies on 2-D infrared spectroscopy to follow the sequence of events in the chemical reactions leading to fibril
The nucleoid was centrally located and contained fine DNA fibrils
The Bowman's and Descemet's membranes are relatively thin, tough layers, rich in collagen fibrils
 and both about 10-20 [micro]m thick.
This process, known as Crazing, continues until a point is reached when the most highly stretched fibrils
will rupture resulting in fracture.
Ahern is involved in ongoing phase II/III clinical trials of Elan's amyloid fibril
antiaggregation agent known for now as D005, which is based upon a sugar found in coconut, oak bark, and dogwood flowers.