Therefore, one reasonable assumption would be to suppose that this increase could be related to the ground substance
The final permittivity of the ground substance
is obtained by applying the Maxwell-Garnet (MG) Mixture rule, which assumes spherical particles of [[epsilon].sub.nf] in a background of [[epsilon].sub.lyt]  and by using the volume fraction of non-fibrilar material [[upsilon].sub.nf] as given in Table 1.
In one clinical study on CsA induced gingival overgrowth found the dimensional increase of amorphous ground substances
by fibroblasts and this was possibly resulting from an increased release of mast cell mediators .
The extracellular matrix of the endothelial cells of the intima is highly viscous and gel-like when healthy, as is the ground substance
found throughout the rest of the arterial wall and in many other connective tissues.
The high degree of histologic variation notwithstanding, all nodular fasciitis lesions do share some common features: (1) an overall proliferation of plump, spindle-shaped fibroblasts, (2) a serous (myxoid) ground substance
, (3) a vascular component, (4) a minimal number of mononuclear cells, (5) occasional multinucleated giant cells, and (6) involvement of either superficial or deep fascia.
The thirteen titles carry fully descriptive titles; Composition and structure; Muscle cell differentiation and growth; Proteins of thick filament; Proteins of the thin filament - actin, tropomyosin and troponin; Cytoskeletal and other proteins of the myofibrils; Sacroplasmic reticulum; Contraction and rigor mortis; Skeletal muscle growth and protein metabolism; Skeletal muscle fibre types; Cardiac and smooth muscle; Sacroplasmic proteins; The connective tissues - collagen, elastin and ground substance
; and Postmortem changes during conversion of muscle to meat.
In a wound, skin cells multiply quickly and synthetize collagens, elastic fibers and ground substance
to fill the gap.
Tumor cells are encircled with abundant fibrillary chondromyxoid ground substance
in hemorrhagic background.
Fibroblasts (the cells in tendons and ligaments) produce tissue fibers from collagen, elastin, and ground substance
, consisting of glycosaminoglycans and proteoglycans.
First, the company explained, the most important layer for skin health is the dermis, which is composed of a collagen/elastin fiber network embedded with various ground substances
such as HA and proteoglycans.