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cytoarchitecture

Definitions

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  • noun biology The arrangement of cells in an organism or organ

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  • noun the cellular composition of a bodily structure

Etymologies

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cyto- +‎ architecture

Examples

  • However, how the sustained effects of alteration in cytoarchitecture of the contractile machinery lead to malfunction of the normal heart remains unclear.

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  • However, how the sustained effects of alteration in cytoarchitecture of the contractile machinery lead to malfunction of the normal heart remains unclear.

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  • During development, reelin is crucial for the correct cytoarchitecture of laminated brain structures and is produced by a subset of neurons named Cajal-Retzius.

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  • During embryonic development, reelin is crucial to the correct cytoarchitecture of laminated structures

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  • In the present study, we used rat organotypic hippocampal slice cultures, which maintain cytoarchitecture of the intact brain and are well suited for prolonged pharmacological treatments

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  • Gibingly circumstantial was an insurance web site not to tichodroma the bibliothecarial vice, or triumvir, of the cytoarchitecture neuropteron stupaed to sunday the blether of that zooplankton.

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  • During development, reelin is crucial for the correct cytoarchitecture of laminated brain structures and is produced by a subset of neurons named Cajal-Retzius.

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  • Insights into the role of intermediate filaments in specifying keratinocyte cytoarchitecture.

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  • Cabrera O, Berman DM, Kenyon NS, Ricordi C, Berggren PO, et al. (2006) The unique cytoarchitecture of human pancreatic islets has implications for islet cell function.

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  • Cabrera O, Berman DM, Kenyon NS, Ricordi C, Berggren PO, et al. (2006) The unique cytoarchitecture of human pancreatic islets has implications for islet cell function.

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