amyloidal


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amyloidal

(ˌæmɪˈlɔɪdəl)
adj
resembling an amyloid; starch-like
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Adj.1.amyloidal - resembling starch
starchy - consisting of or containing starch; "starchy foods"
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Pathologic examination showed nonspecific reactive heterogeneous population of lymphocytes and was negative for granulomatous and amyloidal disease.
The amyloidal beta (A[beta]) induced neurotoxicity and the underlying molecular pathological mechanisms in AD are found to be inhibited by natural antioxidants such as Ginkgo biloba, flavonoids, soybean isoflavones, theanine, and nicotine in cellular models as well as transgenic animal models of AD [86].
Hisham Talaat Mostafa , the former business tycoon's defence says that medical analysis proves he suffers from an amyloidal disease.