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After noticing vessel-like patterns in the distribution of immune cells on his slides, he tested for lymphatic vessels and there they were.
These Lymphatic vessels serve as adjuncts to the blood vessels.
The idea is that a radiolabeled or otherwise labeled anti-integrin a4beta1 antibody could be injected into the lymphatic circulation, and it would only bind to and highlight the lymphatic vessels that have been activated by the presence of a tumor," she explaned.
Since psoriasis is considered to be an angiogenesis-dependent disease, lymphatic vessels have received little attention in psoriasis research.
Animal models show that after initial exposure, HIV replicates within the dendrite cells of the skin and mucosa before spreading through lymphatic vessels and developing into a systemic infection [2].
There, he was diagnosed with a lymphatic malformation, which results from an abnormal develop-ment of the lymphatic vessels that drain fluid from tissues.
1,2,12) Lymphangioma of the lymph nodes is always associated with involvement of other organs, and the immunohistochemical marker D2-40 will highlight the lymphatic vessels.
Progressive resistance exercises may also cause self-contraction of the lymphatic vessels by regulating sympathetic nerves innervating these vessels.
Adult worms are found in the lymphatic vessels and lymph nodes of humans only; there is no animal reservoir (3).
It can be permanently mounted in a variety of mounting media and is suitable for both Iimmunohis-tochemistry and in-situ hybridization applications including HPV, CMV, EBV, p63, TTF-1, Ki-67, and other target antigens such as blood and lymphatic vessels, and basal and myoepithelial cells.
spread rapidly, moving from the skin to the blood and lymphatic vessels,
2) This attribute, along with the specialised loops in the endothelial lining of the lymphatic vessels, means that substantial and rapid changes in fluid flow to and from these vessels can occur, which results in changes to the fluid content of the parenchyma.