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  • adj. Of or pertaining to the myenteron

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. Of or pertaining to the muscular coat of the intestine.

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Examples

  • Vannucchi MG, Midrio P, Flake AW, Faussone-Pellegrini MS. Neuronal differentiation and myenteric plexus organization are delayed in gastroschisis.

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  • The nerve bundles of the submucous plexus are finer than those of the myenteric plexus.

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  • From this source they run to the myenteric plexus (Auerbach’s plexus) (Fig. 1071) of nerves and ganglia situated between the circular and longitudinal muscular fibers from which the nervous branches are distributed to the muscular coats of the intestine.

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  • The Ruhl method involved enzymatic dissociation of myenteric plexus samples, the purification of enteric glial cells via complement-mediated cytolysis of contaminating cells, and transformation by retroviral gene transfer.

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  • We first sought to visualize varicosities of myenteric neurons in the mouse gastric smooth muscle.

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  • Visualization of myenteric nerve varicosities by their Ca2+

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  • Elevated Ca Visualization of myenteric nerve varicosities by their Ca2+

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  • These results provide, for the first time, visual identification of nerve varicosities in situ in the gut and also provides proof that on NANC nerve stimulation, NO is produced in the myenteric nitrergic nerve varicosities and not in the smooth muscle cells, thereby demonstrating that NO is a neurotransmitter rather than a mediator produced in the smooth muscles.

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  • Supplementation with vitamin E significantly reduced glycemia and the values of the glycated hemoglobin and preserved the number of myenteric neurons for animals in group DE2, without effects for the intestine area, thickness of the intestinal wall and muscular tunic.

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  • Thereafter, it is assumed that neural transport may be occur through anterograde ascension via myenteric or LRS sympathetic and parasympathetic neural networks to the central nervous system

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