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Margination

D. A. E. Project

Margination

Overhang Removal (Instructional Materials for the Dental Health Professions)

by D. A. E. Project

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Published by Teachers College Press .
Written in English


The Physical Object
FormatPaperback
Number of Pages168
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL11293943M
ISBN 100807760498
ISBN 109780807760499

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margination (mar'ji-nā'shŭn), A phenomenon that occurs during the relatively early phases of inflammation; as a result of dilation of capillaries and slowing of the.

Naturally occurring hemodynamic Margination book found in microcirculatory systems, such as Zweifach-Fung (bifurcation law), margination and plasma skimming, has been mimicked for designing microfluidic devices for blood cell separation and enrichment (Kersaudy-Kerhoas et al., ).RBCs tend to concentrate at the centre of a blood vessel under flow, which has two consequences: (1) plasma.

‘Nucleolar margination was present in cases of cancer and 7 benign cases.’ ‘The tumor cells have round or oval nuclei that appear vesicular with margination of chromatin about the nuclear membrane.’. Margination definition ata free online dictionary with pronunciation, synonyms and translation.

Look it up now. Medical definition of margination: the act or process of forming a margin; specifically: the adhesion of white blood cells to the walls of damaged blood vessels. We numerically investigate margination of white blood cells and demonstrate the dependency on a number of conditions Margination book haematocrit, the deformability of the cells and the Reynolds number.

The approach, which is based on a mesoscopic hydrodynamic Helfrich-type model, reproduces previous results, e.g. a decreasing tendency for margination.

Margination may refer to. a sign in leukocyte extravasation; Marginate conch (Margistrombus marginatus), a sea snail species found in the Andaman Sel]] (Dascyllus marginatus), a fish species found in the Western Indian Ocean; Marginated tortoise (Testudo marginata), a tortoise species found in New York lands and in lliligant; See also.

All pages with titles containing Marginata. Leukocyte margination within the microvasculature and in larger blood vessels is an integral part of the inflammatory process and innate immune system (1, 2).

This margination phenomenon is twofold, involving sequestration of leukocytes in the capillary bed (3, 4) as well as movement of leukocytes toward the blood vessel wall (Fig.

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marginated, marginating, marginates 1. To provide with or be a margin to; border. To add margin to (a stock portfolio). adj. marginate (-nĭt, -nāt) also marginated (-nā′tĭd) Biology Having a distinct border or edge.

mar′gina′tion n. marginate (ˈmɑːdʒɪˌneɪt) vb (tr) to. WBC margination in straight channels. We perfused blood through arrays of straight channels and determined margination at three different distances from the entrance (,and mm; Figure 2).By using a combination of bright field and fluorescent microscopy, we could image the RBCs, channel walls and WBCs simultaneously (Figure 2A and Video S1).

A donut-shaped nanostructure that can effectively approach lung metastasis and offer a burst penetrative delivery to overcome tumor heterogeneity has been proposed.

The intravenously injected donut serves as a tumor-adhesion agent via the margination effect and hierarchical donut-shaped nanostructure, which. On the other hand, the margination distance we found in straight conduits is useful for guiding the design of biomedical devices and diagnostics.

Once blood is drawn and gently shaken to prevent sedimentation, it takes 1 cm for platelets in straight bound flow to reestablish the margination profile. Author Contributions. The margination speed and the time for margination t s have been estimated as a function of the density of the particle relative to blood Δ ρ, the Hamaker constant A and radius R of the particle.

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Dependence of margination on particle size. Probability diagrams of particle margination in 2D for various Ht and values and for circular particles with the sizes (a) Dp = Dr ( μm), (b.

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The innate immune system. The innate immune system consists of anatomic and physiological barriers (skin, mucous membranes, body temperature, low pH and special chemical mediators such as complement and interferon) and specialized cells (natural killer cells and phagocytes, including neutrophils, monocytes and macrophages [] (Table 1).When the innate immune system fails.

Books; Dictionary of molecular biology  margination. margination: translation. Adhesion of leucocytes to the endothelial lining of blood vessels, particularly postcapillary venules; often, but not always, a prelude to leaving the circulation and entering the tissues.Margination meaning and definition of margination in plants terminology.

Meaning of margination. Margination. The following texts are the property of their respective authors and we thank them for giving us the opportunity to share for free to students, teachers and users of the Web their texts will used only for illustrative educational and scientific purposes only.Proper functioning of white blood cells is not possible without their ability to adhere to vascular endothelium, which may occur only if they are close enough to vessel walls.

To facilitate the adhesion, white blood cells migrate toward the vessel walls in blood flow through a process called margination.