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Determination of the mechanical properties of the skin of pig foetuses with respect to its structure.
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The mechanical and structural tests confirmed that regardless of the sampling region the skin of domestic pig foetuses may constitute a human skin substitute model.
Spectroscopic techniques in the study of human tissues and their components. Part II: Raman spectroscopy.
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V vibrational spectroscopy: ATR-FTIR and Raman spectroscopic will be used and studies are carried out on tissues: tendons, blood vessels, skin, red blood cells and biological components: amino acids, proteins, DNA, plasma, and deposits.
Electron microscopy of human fascia lata: focus on telocytes
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This is the first time it has been shown that telocytes exist in human fascia, and the exact role of those cells within the fascia is unknown and definitely deserves further attention.
FT-Raman spectroscopic study of human skin subjected to uniaxial stress.
Spectroscopic techniques in the study of human tissues and their components. Part I: IR spectroscopy.
TLDR
Vibrational spectroscopy: ATR-FTIR and Raman spectroscopic will be used in this work, and studies are carried out on tissues: tendons, blood vessels, skin, red blood cells and biological components: amino acids, proteins, DNA, plasma, and deposits.
Morphological features of fascia lata in relation to fascia diseases
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The main cells found were fibroblasts, fibrocytes, mast cells, cells showing myoid differentiation, nerve cells, and most interestingly, telocytes, which may contribute to a better understanding of the pathogenesis of fascial disorders and improve fascia lata application as a graft material.
FT‐Raman spectroscopic study of thoracic aortic wall subjected to uniaxial stress
The combination of Fourier transform-Raman spectroscopy and uniaxial tensile tests (in MTS Synergie 100 testing machine) was used to investigate microstructural changes in the secondary protein
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