cytoarchitecture


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Noun1.cytoarchitecture - the cellular composition of a bodily structure
structure - the manner of construction of something and the arrangement of its parts; "artists must study the structure of the human body"; "the structure of the benzene molecule"
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The specificity of the association to the prenatal period is in line with several other lines of evidence that suggest a prenatal origin of ASD, including data on differences in brain cytoarchitecture in brains of children with ASD (McFadden and Minshew 2013; Stoner et al.
Abnormal laminar cytoarchitecture and cortical disorganization of neurons, but not of glia, were noted, according to Rich Stoner, Ph.
Olszewski and Baxter's Cytoarchitecture of the Human Brainstem, 3rd Revised Edition
The cytoarchitecture is similar to those observed in other crustaceans.
This result is attributable to the fact that these oils form a portion of the membrane cytoarchitecture of a variety of cells.
2004) Outstanding language competence and cytoarchitecture in Broca's speech region.
At low power, marked distention of the cortical ribbon, with loss of cortical layering and normal cytoarchitecture, was observed (Figure 2, B).
Other atlases have mapped the brain by cytoarchitecture - differences in tissues or function.
In studying pathologic entities where subcellular localization of a protein is essential, such as nuclear localization of [beta]-catenin in some soft-tissue neoplasms (2), disruptive proteomic techniques that obliterate cytoarchitecture are not useful, and IHC is mandatory.