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PLATELET AGGREGATION
FORMATION
STUDIES
PHYSIOLOGICAL
ASSOCIATED
AUTOIMMUNE PANCREATITIS
MORPHOLOGICAL CHANGES
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Definitions

  1. Morphological changes were characterized at fibrin network and fiber levels. (Web site)
  2. No morphological changes were observed in the liver, kidney, or intestine of the ins-KGF transgenic mice. (Web site)

Platelet Aggregation

  1. Differential involvement of the P2Y1 and P2YT receptors in the morphological changes of platelet aggregation. (Web site)

Formation

  1. Caenorhabditis elegans vulval epithelial cells undergo morphological changes that generate an invagination through the formation of seven stacked rings.

Studies

  1. The significance of the morphological changes and alteration of brain neurotransmitters in these studies and the Skrajny, et al. (Web site)

Physiological

  1. Through these pigments, plants have the ability to perceive subtle changes in light composition for initiation of physiological and morphological changes. (Web site)

Associated

  1. HEPES-induced stellation was associated with transient acidification which coincided with the morphological changes. (Web site)

Autoimmune Pancreatitis

  1. Morphological changes after steroid therapy in autoimmune pancreatitis. (Web site)

Morphological Changes

  1. In the process of changing from a land to water environment, whales have undergone many physiological and morphological changes.

Categories

  1. Subtle Changes
  2. Autoimmune Pancreatitis
  3. Platelet Aggregation
  4. Physiological
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