Definición de decalcified en inglés:

decalcified

Saltos de línea: de|cal¦ci|fied
Pronunciación: /diːˈkalsɪfʌɪd
 
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adjetivo

(Of rock or bone) containing a reduced quantity of calcium salts: decalcified chalk
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  • The decalcification process did not affect the immunodetection with CD10 since positive reactivity was noted in decalcified bone marrow core biopsies.
  • Fluorides protect against caries by inhibiting mineral loss, promoting remineralisation of decalcified enamel, and reducing formation of plaque acids.
  • He reports ingenious experiments whereby decalcified specimens are monitored as the cell reconstructs the test.

Derivativos

decalcification

Pronunciación: /-fɪˈkeɪʃ(ə)n/
sustantivo
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  • In 5 of the total number of 23 cases with cytoplasmic staining, the immunoreactivity was observed in tissues that underwent decalcification, since they were lesions involving bone.
  • In some cases, decalcification of the specimen was performed in 10% formic acid for 5 to 72 hours.
  • Rarely also, a parathyroid tumour can cause excess of the hormone, resulting in decalcification and cysts in the bones, and kidney problems due to the high concentration of calcium in the filtered blood.

decalcifier

sustantivo
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  • Processing was accomplished by fixing the whole specimen in 4% formaldehyde for 72 hours and then placing it in a slow-acting decalcifier until optimal demineralization was obtained.
  • The effectiveness of the decalcifier depends considerably on the acid component in the decalcifier.
  • Immunocal is a slow gentle decalcifier that yields excellent results with all types of calcified tissue.

decalcify

verbo (decalcifies, decalcifying, decalcified)
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  • He improved on methods to decalcify bones and teeth using more dilute solutions for decalcification and described the detailed microscopic anatomy of teeth and bones.
  • ‘Too much cortisol in the system is toxic to brain cells, thins your skin, decalcifies your bones, and suppresses your immune system,’ explains Perricone.
  • Conger of both sexes die after breeding due to a degenerative process where the fish will stop feeding, the teeth will drop out, the bones decalcify and become brittle, all the bodies nutrients are passed to the spawn.

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