These lobes correspond to fiber diffraction peaks that arise from the regular spacing between the elementary fibrils
(Fernandes et al.
In some cases, there are groups of fibrils
that appear to be bundled.
In the present study, the research focus on distinct processing methods influenced the ultrastructure of collagen fibrils
, but they all disrupted the ordered arrangement with higher intensity.
where: [l.sub.0] is the average length and [S.sub.0] is the average cross-sectional area of all LLDPE fibrils
at the beginning of recovery phase.
The cellulose fibrils
were about hundreds of microns in length and dozens in diameter (seen in Supporting Figure 1 in Supplementary Material available online at https://doi .org/10.1155/2017/1591504).
When A[beta]42 was incubated under fibril-forming conditions, different morphology of amyloid fibrils
such as nonbranching fibrils
, twisted long fibrils
, and some small aggregates mixed with fibrils
could be observed (Figure 2(a)).
Kelly, "Amyloid fibril
formation and protein misassembly: a structural quest for insights into amyloid and prion diseases," Structure, vol.
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.
formation in a wound healing model.
NMR experiments indicate that EGCG may compete with ThT for fibril
binding depending on the relative concentrations of EGCG and ThT; however, under normal ratios of EGCG and ThT, EGCG diverts aggregation through a fast consumption of hIAPP monomer to a larger nonfibrillar aggregate which EGCG may interact with .
When wet abraded, in both fabrics fibre ends were pulled apart leaving frayed fibril
The nucleoid was centrally located and contained fine DNA fibrils
. Numerous ribosomes were present in the electron-dense cytoplasm.