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Clinical studies analyzing simultaneous nicotine–alcohol use by patients showed important alterations in various organic systems such as: respiratory, digestory, and genital. Also, the prostatic morphology and physiology have been analyzed, specially due to large occurrence of prostatic...
The morphofunctional organisation of the female reproductive system, the oocyte growth and the follicular envelope ultrastructure were studied by the first time in the catfish Iheringichthys labrosus from Upper Paraná River basin, Southeastern Brazil, in order to contribute to the knowledge of...
After drastic urothelial destruction around birth and around postnatal day 6, mouse urothelial renewal starts each time de novo . The differentiation of superficial cells during urothelial restoration was followed for the first time from embryonic day 15 to postnatal day 6 by the detection of...
Distinguishing features of biological constructions are high stability and adaptation to their environment. Beside biocompatibility, nontoxicity and degradability these characteristics are demanded for new biomaterials in the field of tissue engineering. This study investigated the chemical...
The general sperm structure of the investigated clupeoids possess an oliviform head with a distinct deep nuclear fossa, a midpiece with one mitochondrion and a posterior flagellum. They are characterized by two apomorphies: an annular or C-shaped mitochondrion and ITDs (intratubular...
SAMP6, a substrain of senescence-accelerated mouse, was developed as an animal model for senile osteoporosis. Previously we observed age-related changes of the bone in SAMP6. In the present study, we investigated the morphology of the skeletal muscle, tendon and periosteum in SAMP6 and...
The aim of this study was to verify whether different living conditions of Polychaeta are correlated with morphological and functional differences in the organization of the integument. For this purpose, we decided to study the epidermis of Timarete filigera , a non-tubicolous polychaete. With...
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