Myoid cells had three types: epithelioid, intermediate, and spindle, which showed the relations with immunohistochemistry.
Objective To investigate changes induced by hindlimb unloading in morphology of nerve endings in soleus muscle spindles.
SMA staining was positive in basophilous small blocks, spindle or irregular cell cluster.Of the 218 cases, 56 cases had smooth muscle.
?In each group, by an inverted phase contrast microscope, cells presented with long spindle-shaped fibrocyte-like adherent growth, but no remarkable morphological changes were found.
Muscle spindle is an important proprioceptor in the skeletal muscle, which contributes to the maintenance of muscular tension and the fine modulation of voluntary movements.
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Here it must be observed that " Matriarchate " (q.v.) is a misleading term, as is " Gynaecocracy," for the custom of deducing descent on the spindle side .
In her works the spiralling spindle represented the beginning of chaos.
Microscopic examination can show tumor cells with a characteristic abnormal elongated shape, called spindle cells.
This is the first time we were able to show that sleep spindles predict learning in the dog.
The recordings of 15 elderly dogs while they slept for three hours showed brief bursts of neural activity called sleep spindles.
Scientists writing for Smithsonian magazine also call them spindle neurons, and say they are " brain cells for socializing" .
为《史密森尼杂志》撰稿的科学家也称其为纺锤体神经元，说它们是" 用于交际的脑细胞" 。
In her hand she holds the distaff and grasps the spindle with her fingers.
And immunohistochemical staining of biopsy specimens can detect the presence of LANA-1 within the spindle cells and confirming the diagnosis.
As you relax more deeply, you move into NREM-2 stage sleep, as your brain starts exhibiting bursts of rapid brain wave activity called sleep spindles.
At the height of the Great Depression in 1932 only 11% of the world's mechanical spindles were operating in Britain, compared with 61% in 1860.
The beautiful princess pricked her finger on the spindle, and at that very same moment fell back upon a bed that stood near.
The more frequently someone experiences waves of brain activity known as sleep spindles, the more his brain scraps items that it is supposed to.
Diagnosis is made with biopsy of lesions and microscopic examination which can detect spindle cells and also with immunohistochemical staining which detect the presence of LANA-1.
The room is the turntable, I am the spindle, and pretty soon the spindle is going to start tossing its platters.
Rocking also increased deep-sleep-associated brain activity—so-called slow oscillations as well as bursts of action called sleep spindles. The research was published in the journal Current Biology.
During Stage 3, multiple brain areas work together to transfer information from short-term memory storage to long-term storage, stabilizing and strengthening long-term memory by coupling sleep spindles with slow waves.
But after a few minutes, as Haldane later recalled, the tester was usually as intoxicated as the testee, and often forgot to press the spindle of his stopwatch, or to take proper notes.