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Axoplasmic transport of somatostatin and substance P in the vagus nerve of the rat, guinea pig and cat

Axoplasmic transport of somatostatin and substance P in the vagus nerve of the rat, guinea pig and cat

The axoplasmic transport of somatostatin (SS) and substance P (SP) in the cervical vagus nerve was studied in the rat, guinea pig and cat. In preliminary research, neuropeptide immunoreactivity (IR-SS and IR-SP) was evaluated in extracts of nodose ganglion and vagus nerve utilizing gel and reverse-phase high-performance liquid chromatography (HPLC). In every species, a single immunoreactive …

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Hot air stream reduces cytotoxicity of light-cured calcium hydroxide based cements

Hot air stream reduces cytotoxicity of light-cured calcium hydroxide based cements

The light-cured calcium hydroxide based cements have incomplete polymerization and unconverted monomers may cause pulp cell harm. The intention of this research was to guage the affect of a heat and scorching air stream on the cytotoxicity of light-cured calcium hydroxide based cements. The supplies Dycal (standard cement), Biocal, Hidrox-Cal, and Ultra-Blend Plus (light-cured calcium …

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An Epigenetic Bioactive Composite Scaffold with Well-aligned Nanofibers for Functional Tendon Tissue Engineering

An Epigenetic Bioactive Composite Scaffold with Well-aligned Nanofibers for Functional Tendon Tissue Engineering

Poor tendon restore is usually a scientific problem as a result of lack of supreme biomaterials. Electrospun aligned fibers, resembling the ultrastructure of tendon, have been beforehand reported to advertise tenogenesis. However, the underlying mechanism is unclear and the aligned fibers alone are usually not succesful sufficient to commit teno-differentiation of stem cells. Here, primarily …

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