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an independent team of operatives who work together in a CELLULAR MANUFACTURING production environment.
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Drug treatment: Primary HCN-2 cortical cells cultured for five days and further divided into groups for the drug treatments.
In 2012, maximum cortical cell area was recorded in untreated wastewater, treated wastewater and canal water treatment with values of 851.
Our previous studies demonstrated that PKC-[epsilon] is the major PKC isoform involved in pathways triggered by GSH depletion, leading to neuronal death in BSO-treated cortical cells [2].
Neuronal damage in cortical cells was also quantitatively assessed by the measurement of lactate dehydrogenase (LDH), released from damaged or dead cells, in the extracellular fluid with microplate reader.
Cortical cells continue to migrate throughout gestation until about the 35th week.
Epidermis thickness Epidermis cell area Sclerenchyma thickness Sclerenchyma area Sclerenchyma bundle area Cortical region thickness Cortical cell area Endodermis thickness Endodermis cell area Phloem area Pith area Metaxylem area and Vascular region thickness were measured (Table I).
Human cerebral cortical cell lines from patients with unilateral megalencephaly and Rasmussen's encephalitis.
The arbuscules are abundantly branched structures formed inside the cortical cell wall of the host (AR) (Fig.
Immunohistochemical studies demonstrated p53 protein localization in cell nuclei of both tumors, as well as in the adjacent normal-appearing adrenal cortical cell nuclei.
If the thymoma features more cortical cells, it is thought to be less benign.