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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Serial sections (5 mm) were cut on with a Leica microtome (Nussloch Gmbh, Germany), 2 suit sections were prepared; one suit was stained by haematoxylin and eosin (H&E) to observe the cytoarchitecture of liver; the other was stained by immunohistochemistry to observe the distribution, morphological characteristics of ghrelin-ip cells in the liver of the African ostrich .
IHC is useful in the assessment of distribution-density, number and cytoarchitecture (degree of atypia) of the lines of the lesion.
Serial sections (5 m) were cut with a Leica microtome (Nussloch Gmbh, Germany), 2 suitsections were prepared; one suit was stained by haematoxylin and eosin (HandE) to observe the cytoarchitecture of pancreas; the other was stained by immunohistochemistry (SABC) to observe the distribution, morphological characteristics of ghrelin-producing cells in the pancreas of the African ostrich.
There was a total reduction in the number of gastric foveae, and tendency of the mucosa to preserve and maintain cytoarchitecture accompanied by the formation of deepened, tortuous and concrescent (two-chambered) foveae.
sup][3],[4],[5] Taking advantage of the properties of Mn [sup]2+, MEMRI provides an opportunity to visualize activity in the brain and heart, trace neuron-specific connections in the brain, and enhances the brain cytoarchitecture.
Unlike Gliomatosis Cerebri, multifocal GBM typically does not preserve central nervous system structures or spare the underlying cytoarchitecture.
HandE stained section of group B showed slight changes in normal cytoarchitecture of ovarian tissues.
The article was directed primarily at those who had mapped the cerebral cortex using histological methods to identify cortical areas with similar cytoarchitecture and who had then asserted that cortical areas that differed anatomically also differed functionally.
Early maternal hypothyroxinemia alters histogenesis and cerebral cortex cytoarchitecture of the progeny.
Thus, a combination of radial migration and tangential migration, either directed or non-directed, generates a cytoarchitecture composed of both excitatory and inhibitory neurons despite the separate origins of these neurons.
Increased hydrogen peroxide levels and the oxidative stress cause remodeling of TM cytoarchitecture and this leads to TM enlargement or collapse.