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Mammary Lane

n. cleavage. (see also Gland Canyon.) Let you finger do the walking down Mammary Lane.
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Low flow internal mammary artery, which was used on left anterior descending artery, showed significantly higher need of inotropic support as compared to high flow internal mammary artery (p=0.
The new data challenge the current model of the cellular hierarchy and lineage restriction that governs the mammary gland expansion and maintenance and provide clear evidence that the ER+ and ER- cells are maintained by distinct pool of lineage restricted stem cells.
Mammary gland tissues were then mounted on aluminum base and metalized with Gold + Paladium (QUORUM/SC7620) for analysis (SEM model VEGA 3 LMU/TESCAN).
According to POVEY & OSBORNE (1969), cows older than 8 years are more likely to develop cellular proliferative changes in the mammary gland.
There are limited cell lines which are derived from bovine mammary glands such as mammary alveolar (MAC-T) and bovine mammary epithelial (BME-UV1) cell lines [11].
Systematics, Inflammatory diseases, Intra-mammary infection, Mammary glands, Immunity, Bovine genome, Networks, Pathways, Mastitis resistance genes
As well as determining how to grow these life-like mammary glands, researchers also discovered how to maintain them in culture to allow ongoing experimentation - the first time this has been developed in a laboratory.
Next, rats were allocated into 5 groups (15 per group), control group without any treatment; mammary gland group administered DMBA at a dose of 20 mg/kg orally in corn oil.
12,13) Mammary analogue secretory carcinoma smears show moderate to high cellularity with uniform cells arranged in papillary configuration with transgressing vessels, clusters of cells in an acinar-like configuration, and/or sheets.
Mammary analogue secretory carcinoma of parotid: is preoperative cytological diagnosis possible?
In the mammary gland, the AHR is dispensable for development (Le Provost et al.
90 F), dyspnoea, auscultation of chest revealed consolidation of lungs on either side and a large mammary tumor in left caudal abdominal gland.
The protein ZnT2 transports zinc in specific tissues in the body, including the mammary glands.
Mammary tumours are most frequently encountered in dogs, cats and women (2).
The new technique -- called DNA Programmed Assembly of Cells (DPAC) and reported in the journal Nature Methods on August 31, 2015 -- allows researchers to create arrays of thousands of custom-designed organoids, such as models of human mammary glands containing several hundred cells each, which can be built in a matter of hours.