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However, after the procedure with output power of more than 5 W, the depth of damage reached to the internal granular layer (fourth layer), and even the internal pyramidal layer (fifth layer), while the neurons and NF proteins were correspondingly damaged.
Quantitative results obtained by unbiased stereological techniques showed that exposure of rats to noise (100 dB, 30 min, 3 times per day) during one week from postnatal day 15 to 21 significantly decreases the volume of granular layer together with decreased numerical density of granule cells in the cerebellum.
The epithelium lacked a granular layer, parakeratosis, and superficial keratinization (Figure 1, F).
The Purkinje cells are observed as a distinct layer of flask shaped cells at the interface of the molecular and granular layer.
It was also observed the presence of a granular layer in GII and GIV (Figures 2, 3, 6, and 7).
The granular layer moves the dead keratin cells to the surface of the epidermis.
We consider oxyz cartesian co-ordinate system with o being any point on the free surface, here we consider the free surface and interface of granular layer resting on non-homogeneous granular half space bounded by two planes of different material given by z = 0 and z = H respectively.
The percentage of NSE positive cells showed an increasing trend from 20 weeks onwards in the internal granular layer of the cerebellar cortex and was found to be maximum at 37 weeks.
In psoriasis' model, the induction of a granular layer by topically administered drugs was measured in previously parakeratotic scale regions in the mouse tail.
Also known as filament aggregating protein, filaggrin consolidates keratin filaments into dense bundles in the granular layer of the epidermis during the terminal phase of epithelial differentiation, forming a tight matrix that also maintains moisture within the skin, he explained.
Normal cerebellar cortical structure consists of an outer molecular layer, a middle Purkinje layer, and an inner granular layer.
The epidermis has four layers: the stratum corneum, the granular layer, the squamous cell layer and the basal cell layer.