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Electron microscopic and histological observations on fracture repair in young and old rats
Aho, Allan, J.
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|Statement||by Allan J. Aho.|
|Series||Acta pathologica et microbiologica Scandinavica., 184|
|LC Classifications||RD101 .A4|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||95|
|LC Control Number||67080580|
DR afforded a significant nephroprotection to ischemic kidneys of young rats. However, in old rats, DR did not provide such beneficial effect. On the assessment of the autophagy marker, the LC3 II/LC3 I ratio, and after staining the tissue with LysoTracker Green, we concluded that in old rats activity of the autophagic-lysosomal system decreased. The sections were stained with haematoxylin and eosin (H&E). Fluorescence microscopy (Nikon, Japan) was employed to observe the histological images of tissues formed inside the 3D-printed PLA scaffolds with different structures after one-month and three-month subcutaneous implantations in the back of rats (n = 4 for each group).
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Acta path. microbiol. scand., Suppl.1–95 (). We estimated that a 6-week-old rat corresponded to an approximate to year-old human and used 6-week-old rats to represent actively growing subjects. The experiments were approved by the Animal Experimentation Committee of XXXXX.
The rats were used for measurements of miniscrew stability and FE-SEM observations. Based on the histological observations, secondary fracture healing occurs in four overlapping phases, which are haematoma formation, early inflammatory (two to four weeks), repair (proliferation and differentiation, within a month or two), and late remodelling phase (lasting for months or years).
The clinical impact of fractures is substantial. Vascular abnormalities and demyelination are the predominant histological changes seen in radiation-induced CNS injury. Classically, late delayed injury was viewed as due solely to a reduction in the number of surviving clonogens of either parenchymal, i.e., oligodendrocyte (Van den Maazen et al., ), or vascular, i.e., endothelial (Calvo.
bone (DBCB-pin) implanted in the subcutaneous tissue of rats, as well as to assess its microstructural aspect by scanning electron microscopy (SEM). The pins were implanted in the subcutaneous tissue of 20 rats, which were killed at 7, 14, 28 and 60 days (5 rats/ period) after implantation.
According to this result, icariin at concentrations of 10, 20 and 40 μM was selected for observation and showed a significant effect on the proliferation of BMSCs derived from OVX rats. Transmission electron microscopy demonstrated intact segments. Between d 12 and 15 of development, mean segment length increased from approximately 22 to 33 microns.
Popularly known as “the silent disease” since early symptoms are usually absent, osteoporosis causes progressive bone loss, which renders the bones susceptible to fractures.
Bone fracture healing is a complex process consisting of four overlapping phases—hematoma formation, inflammation, repair, and remodeling. The traditional use of natural products in bone fractures means that. Microscopic anatomy includes cytology, the study of cells and histology, the study of tissues.
As the technology of microscopes has advanced, anatomists have been able to observe smaller and smaller structures of the body, from slices of large structures like the heart, to the three-dimensional structures of large molecules in the body. In healthy rats, radiological, microstructural and mechanical measures suggested a reduced osteogenic response compared to previous publications in young, male rats.
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Histological analysis with H&E, toluidine blue and safranin O-fast green staining revealed that there was a visible improvement in the fracture healing of the femur in exosome-injected rats compared with rats in the other two groups (Fig.
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It shows the changing processes of inflammatory cell type and number as well as the integration of the grafts with the surrounding tissues at day 3, 7, 14, 28 and 56 after implantation in the FP group, the AP group and the Bio-Gide group.