Aquaporin-1 associated with hepatic arterial capillary proliferation on hepatic sinusoid
in human cirrhotic liver.
Toneburst and CW sinusoid
signals required fundamental frequency amplitude extraction.
Table 8 shows the numerical values of the integral of action [J.sub.CiA] calculated by (8) for a given microsecond current pulse , changing according to the law of a damped sinusoid
11: Wide Blood Sinusoid
. Nuclei are concentrated inside and cells are decayed (arrow X400 (H&E).
Upon selection of STFT, the next step is to select an appropriate window size as , where two closest sinusoids
can be distinguished using (7).
(b) With sinusoid
signals, 20 dB/decade frequency roll-off had been observed at 3.3 MHz onwards; measured CMRR [approximately equal to] 57 dB at [V.sub.2] = [-V.sub.1]
NC rats showed liver parenchyma with general structures preserved, including hepatic lobules with normal hepatocytes surrounded by sinusoids
and distributed radially towards the centrilobular veins, and containing Kupffer and red blood cells in the capillary lumen.
The terrain surface model was created such that sinusoids
of the right and left boards of the rover were counterphase to each other and had small difference in the period.
The signals yRefSine[n] and yRefCosine[n], the in-phase and quadrature-phase reference signals, are sinusoids
of frequency 10 kHz, sampled at 500 kS/s and occupying the dynamic range of 16 bits, as in the practically implemented digital PSD system discussed later.The dc level of the digitised sinusoid
, Adc = 32768Amplitude of the digitised sinusoid
, G = 16384Phase-shift in the sinusoid
, F = p / 3
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diameter and number of perfused sinusoids
: for sinusoid
diameter (D), using MetaMorph image analysis software, 5 random lines were vertically drawn across each visible sinusoid
within the field.
Sporozoites, however, are initially arrested in the sinusoid
by specific binding of the stellate cell-derived ECM (extracellular matrix) proteoglycans, which extend from the Disse space through EC (endothelial cell) fenestrations [18, 19].