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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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Focal patches of abnormal laminar cytoarchitecture and cortical disorganization of neurons were observed in prefrontal and temporal cortical tissue from postmortem samples obtained from children with autism, suggesting a probable dysregulation of layer formation and layer-specific neuronal differentiation at prenatal developmental stages (Hutsler & Zhang, 2010; Stoner et al., 2014).
The funds will be used to support Rinri's ongoing growth including advancing its novel regenerative cell therapy to treat Sensorineural Hearing Loss through the repair of the damaged cytoarchitecture in the inner ear.
Depressive, manic, or psychotic episodes are associated with neuroinflammation, oxidative stress, and apoptotic effects, which can disrupt the brain's cytoarchitecture. That's why psychiatrists must inquire about such episodes between visits and document the possible effects on the patient's mental status.
The cytoarchitecture, size, development and function of placenta can be affected by nutritional status of the mother, oxygen delivery and maternal diseases17,18.
The authors concluded that the ultrastructure of matured oocytes from IVM cycles had similar cytoarchitecture in both vitrified-warmed and previtrified oocytes in EM studies (111).
These more complex models provide a tremendous benefit over cell line- and primary cell-based methods by mimicking native intestinal cytoarchitecture and recapitulating physiological attributes of the tissue.
Serial sections (5 um) were cut on a Leica microtome (Nussloch Gmbh, Germany), 2 suit sections were prepared; one suit was stained by haematoxylin and eosin (HandE) to observe the cytoarchitecture of testis; the other was stained by immunohistochemistry (SABC) to observe the distribution and morphological characteristics of ghrelin-ip cells in the testis of the African ostrich.
Shimada, "Cytoarchitecture of the lamina muscularis mucosae and distribution of the lymphatic vessels in the human stomach," Medical Molecular Morphology, vol.
Optical coherence tomography can visualize the detailed structure of different biological tissue samples [2] such as brain cytoarchitecture [3], large cellular structures (e.g., [4, 5]), or retinal layers in the eye ([6-8] to name a few) or functional retinal images (e.g., [9, 10]).
In a previous study our group showed that a single injection of 0.1 [micro]g MeHg/50 [micro]L of saline solution in E3 chicken embryos caused a reduction in the thickness of spinal cord layers but did not cause morphological alterations in cytoarchitecture at E10 [30].
Donlan et al., "The organization of the forelimb representation of the C57BL/6 mouse motor cortex as defined by intracortical microstimulation and cytoarchitecture," Cerebral Cortex, vol.