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Analysis of larval Aedes aegypti midgut using scanning electron microscopy, nuclear and mitochondrial dyes, response to Bacillus thuringiensis israelensis CryIVB toxin, and electrophysiology is described. The anterior ventriculus (“stomach”) region is found to have much lower mitochondrial...
The distribution and molecular weight of epidermal proteins of gecko lizards have been studied by ultrastructural, autoradiographic, and immunological methods. Setae of the climbing digital pads are cross-reactive to antibodies directed against a chick scutate scale beta-keratin but not against...
Myocardial cells in culture offer many possibilities for studying cellular and molecular biology of cardiac muscles. However, it is important to know how long these cells can be maintained in vitro without significant structural and biochemical changes. In this study, we have investigated the...
Until now, the knowledge on pholcid spermatozoa is based on two species, Pholcus phalangioides and, incompletely, Holocnemus pluchei . To complete this knowledge and to reveal more potential phylogenetic characters, we have investigated sperm ultrastructure and spermiogenesis of H. pluchei . We...
In this study Tc52, a Trypanosoma cruzi released protein, which exerts an immunoregulatory activity, was converted to a molecular form with altered biological function. Indeed, the genetic fusion of Tc52 to a carrier protein, the Shistosoma japonicum glutathione S -transferase (Tc52-Sj26), was...
Hydrogels are a class of polymers that in the last decade have had a great development and application for soft tissue augmentation, due to their similarity to this tissue for their high water content. The in vitro effects of polyalkylmide hydrogel (pAI) and polyvinyl alcohol hydrogel (pVOH) on...
The oesophagus and crop epithelium of Aplysia depilans consist in a single layer of columnar cells with apical microvilli, and some of them also possess cilia. Cell membrane invaginations, small vesicles, multivesicular bodies and many dense lysosomes were observed in the apical region of the...
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