ultrastructure

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ultrastructure

[¦əl·trə′strək·chər]
(cell and molecular biology)
The ultimate physiochemical organization of protoplasm.
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Their histological features are similar to GIST, but their ultrastructural characteristics suggest that they originate from the myenteric plexus of Auerbach.
Collectively, this study demonstrates that feeding rats with a HFD diet for 15 weeks produced a pre-diabetic animal model that caused aortic ultrastructural alterations accompanied by dyslipidemia and IR, reduction in adiponectin, and augmentation of inflammatory, oxidative stress, vascular activation, and thrombosis and coagulation biomarkers.
The study will allow correlating pharmacological, ultrastructural and immunochemical findings and by this approach to reinforce on the toxic effect exerted by R.
Chordoid glioma of the third ventricle: a report of two cases, one with ultrastructural findings.
Ovarian myxoma: ultrastructural and immunohistochemical findings.
Perineuriomas are rare, benign tumours composed of peripheral nerve sheath that are characterized by their immunohistochemical and ultrastructural features.
The ultrastructural appearances are similar to those in human tuberculoid leprosy.
In this study we have evaluated the pro-apoptotic effect of ceranib-2, a human ceramidase inhibitor and of a short-chain C2 ceramide on human lung adenocarcinoma cells, A549 by determining cytotoxicity of these agents by trypan blue assay, apoptosis inducing ability by annexin V and JC-1 staining and ultrastructural alterations by transmission electron microscopy.
Parallel immunohistochemical, molecular and ultrastructural characteristics of SSCC and squamous cell carcinoma support this theory.
Although in the past two decades impressive progress has been made in our understanding of the principles that underlie the dynamic nature of liver fibrosis, especially the biochemical ones, the morphogenesis and development of this pathology at the ultrastructural level, mainly cellular interactions in progressive fibrosis, are still unknown.
Seki et al., "Atypical glomus tumor in the mediastinum: a case report with immunohistochemical and ultrastructural studies," Ultrastructural Pathology, vol.
In such cases, anatomical pathologists confirm the tumor using immune-histochemical, ultrastructural, and local rare chemical properties of the tumors in these patients.