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What is the difference between the basal membrane and the basal lamina?

I'm researching about the basal lamina in lung tissue and I'm not sure if the basal membrane is the same. What is the difference between them?
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Is there any evidence that soft tissue can be preserved for 65m+ years and if not what hypotheses exist to explain it?

I read an article on howstuffworks.com and they mentioned how we have found soft tissue in dinosaurs. According to the article even Mummies and Mammoths have no soft tissue left. Is there any evidence ...
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What are the main differences between lab-grown tissues and natural tissues from living animals?

What are the main differences between lab-grown tissues and natural tissues from living animals? Using a biologist's classic "structure (anatomy) and function (physiology)" idea, I thought about the ...
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Is epimysium same as fascia?

I have read that epimysium is dense regular connective tissue made covering the a muscle like bicep brachi. at the same time we have fascia that is made of dense regular tissue and covers muscles. so ...
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Why is brown fat brown?

I read in Tortora and Derrickson Anatomy and Physiology that : Another type, called brown adipose tissue obtains its darker color from a very rich blood supply , along with numerous pigmented ...
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Why will tissue from identical twin be rejected in some cases?

From Medline Plus : Also, transplants from one identical twin to another are almost never rejected. My question : Why can a tissue from an identical twin be rejected ?
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how to silicate a hyper plasia responce from my muscle tissue? [closed]

I know it's not a fitness forum but because it has biological background.I want to get big by increasing my muscle cell not by growing muscle (hypertrophy), I have not received a descent ...
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Plant tissue culture

Suppose there are two cases : a) A seed being embedded in an Agar media in a test tube, and then kept under controlled conditions. b) An individual cell being extracted from the parent plant ...
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Which surfaces contain no epithelial tissues and which epithelial tissues are vascular?

Epithelial tissues are found on all the surfaces of the body; including external surfaces and surfaces of organs etc. Are there any surfaces which do not have epithelial? I have read in my book that ...
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External tissues, connected to the body?

Some cancer tumors suppress themselves from spreading. When such tumors are removed by surgery, the metastasis process is accelerated. Isn't it possible to put such tumors into external device like ...
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How do muscle relaxants work?

Do they act directly on the muscle and actually relax muscle tissue and ease spasms, or do they just prevent your brain from receiving signals that inform you of tight muscles? In the latter case, ...
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How different are tissue-specific fibroblasts from each other?

I am planning to utilize a new system in our lab, in which I will co-culture cancer cells from different tissues with fibroblasts. I have the option to receive skin-derived primary fibroblasts. I ...
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Low RNA yield, low 260/230 ratio

I extracted total RNA from animal tissue using the Qiagen RNeasy kit, however my RNA yield was extremely low and the 260/230 ratio was around 0.3. This is the protocol I followed: The animal ...
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Blood circulation and blood pressure in different tissues [closed]

The volume of blood coursing the blood circulation is approximately five litres. A typical vein will stretch about eight times as much as corresponding artery. Because veins have high capacitance, ...