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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.
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.
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.
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.