Example sentences for: palatal

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  • Progression of granulation tissue to neodermis requires a decrease in cellularity through apoptosis of endothelial cells, fibroblasts and myofibroblasts [ 28 29 ] . Keloid fibroblasts demonstrate aberrant apoptotic behavior [ 30 31 ] although studies have given variable results [ 5 9 11 30 31 32 33 34 35 ] . Our initial data for serum-starvation-induced apoptosis in monolayer cultures of dermal fibroblasts demonstrated delayed apoptosis of keloid fibroblasts and a negative correlation with α-SMA expression [ 36 ] . Similar correlations were observed in rat lung fibroblasts, where TGFβ1 increased α-SMA content while acting as an antiapoptotic agent [ 37 38 ] . It should be noted however, that many of the myofibroblasts were still able to undergo apoptosis consistent with in vivo data on palatal wound healing [ 39 ] . Thus, TGFβ1 can promote both α-SMA expression in the initial stages of wound healing and apoptosis in later stages of wound healing.

  • These results are consistent with data reported for palatal fibroblasts [ 43 ] , but contrast with observations on corneal fibroblasts [ 45 ] . In the absence of exogenous TGFβ1, keloid fibroblasts accumulated the most α-SMA - Fig.

  • By initiating his glossolalic cant with beth -element words ( feemalator, wamalama ) and continuing with palatal variations on their respective themes ( jasperator, gamanama ) the boy is apparently responding to the same primal urge that motivated the anonymous creators of our alphabet to begin their artificial series of sounds with aleph, beth, gimel , and daleth --and not with something like zis boom bah!

  • Going a step further, he found that nonsense trinomials generally continue with a word beginning with a palatal ( ch, g, j, k ). As early as 1835, Richard Lepsius, the German Egyptologist, had pointed out the curious fact that the Hebrew alphabet contained no fewer than three groups of letters which adhere to this rule: 1) aleph, beth, gimel, daleth; 2) he, waw.

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