papilla


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Related to papilla: basilar papilla, dermal papilla

papilla

1. the small projection of tissue at the base of a hair, tooth, or feather
2. any other similar protuberance
3. any minute blunt hair or process occurring in plants

papilla

[pə′pil·ə]
(biology)
A small, nipplelike eminence.
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Dental pulp and papilla are minced using a scalpel and then etched with a dispase and collagenase solution.
Not only that, the researchers also found that 6-MSITC found in the edible part of the wasabi plant also affects papilla cells.
From the normal daily experience, it can be assumed that if cannulation failed, the papilla was located within a diverticulum beyond reach of the cannula.
performed SCTG combined with double papilla flap or a repositioned flap,3,4 while Andrade performed CAF with enamel matrix derivative.
The dermal papilla is a highly active group of cells, and it is derived from the dermis mesenchyme, located at the base of the hair follicle.
Bulbous pars prostatica, 34-129 x 53-161, well developed with many prostate cells, surrounded by a thin membrane with a short ejaculatory duct ending in a male genital papilla, located over the genital atrium.
Double papilla flaps###- Two stage (free gingival graft + cor- B) Guided tissue regeneration
Human dermal papilla cells on their own are not suitable for hair transplants because they cannot be obtained in necessary amounts and rapidly lose their ability to induce hair-follicle formation in culture.
Fungiform papillae were Large, mushroom form with thick lamina propria in core placed betweeen filliform papilla espitialy on midlateral of tongue (Fig.
Researchers have been >able to take human dermal papilla cells and use them to create new hairs
bombylios Larson and Hoese, although its sensory papilla pattern differs from others in the genus.