Because enamel does not remodel, a permanent isotopic record of tooth formation is created.
This delay may allow enough gene remodeling to take place so that the embryo develops normally.[external_link_head]
When leaflet tissue is deficient, it is mandatory to remodel the annulus at the site of deficiency.
Furthermore, the isotopic composition of each tooth is fixed when that tooth develops and remains unchanged subsequently because dental tissue does not remodel.
Relationship between nuclear remodeling and development in nuclear transplant rabbit embryos.[external_link offset=1]
They were later remodeled to become square and rectangular small platforms, respectively.
Although there might be other measures, such as remodeling a product, we do not take them into account.
The final destination is striated muscle where the nematodes remodel host muscle cells and settle in the host.
At the northeastern end of the plaza, another structure was found, where we identified seven different remodeling episodes both inside and outside the structure.
Dentine does not remodel like bone, so it captures a childhood dietary signal comparable to that of enamel.
However, a significant number of melanopsin positive cells survive into advanced stages of retinal degeneration and show indications of remodeling in response to pathology.[external_link offset=2]
Thus, chromatin remodeling may provide a basis for lasting effects of stress and their reversal during antidepressant treatment.
It is unclear whether these constructions that include both types of masonry are single-component constructions or products of later remodeling and refurbishing.
Vascular remodeling in pulmonary hypertension leads to functional and structural changes in the pulmonary vasculature.
Once there, these cells proliferate and actively remodel this biological substrate, resulting in accelerated wound repair with less contracture.
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