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- adj. Describing the serosa.
- adj. Of or pertaining to the serosa.
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Such an approach for early-stage patients would also make sense when there are other risk factors for poor outcomes, such as vascular invasion or serosal involvement, they said.
Collagenous - collagen fiber predominates Depending on the amount of collagen fiber - subdivided into: a. Loose - also called as "Areolar tissue" - with numerous potential spaces which can be distended by fluid, blood or pus; found in the papillary layer of dermis, hypodermis, serosal linings of the peritoneal and pleural cavities, pia mater of spinal cord, endomysium of muscles, endoneurium of nerves b.
Bacteremia progresses to septicemia and death, or the infection extends to serosal surfaces, pericardium, joints, and other organs.
The serosal cuticle (SC) contributes to mosquito egg desiccation resistance, but the kinetics of SC secretion during embryogenesis is unknown.
We observed an abrupt acquisition of desiccation resistance during Ae. aegypti embryogenesis associated with serosal cuticle secretion, occurring at complete germ band extension, between 11 and 13 hours after egglaying.
In addition to the peritrophic matrix and exoskeleton, these findings confirm chitin is also present in the mosquito serosal cuticle.
It was verified that at the moment of serosal cuticle formation, AaCHS1a is the sole variant specifically expressed.