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  • adj. Of or pertaining to tissue.


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  • Through complete blockade of tissular endothelin, macitentan is expected to protect tissue from the damaging effect of elevated endothelin, specifically in the cardiovascular system.

    Reuters: Press Release

  • Scientists from the University of Granada, Spain, have generated artificial human skin by tissular engineering basing on agarose-fibrin biomaterial.


  • As shown at the edge of the radiation target, tissular and DNA damages were confined, at a cellular scale, to the interlaced region.

    PLoS ONE Alerts: New Articles

  • The potentially advantage for using ARBs in NASH / NAFLD resides in a more tailored action on the tissular targets, by interfering solely the AT1 receptors of angiotensin and thus providing a more clear-cut effect.

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  • frank fink: ah, but you nevertheless nailed it with your own answer - with regards *specifically* to Fibonacci's series as not necessarily being applicable to any growing/sprouting tissular structure.

    Catholic girls are such teases, aren't they?


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