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Mammary glands are the organs that, in mammals, produce milk for the sustenance of the young. These exocrine glands are enlarged and modified sweat glands and give mammals their name. The mammary glands of domestic mammals containing more than two breasts are called...
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mammary gland n. Any of the milk-producing glands in female mammals, consisting of lobes containing clusters of alveoli with a system of ducts to
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mammary adj. Of or relating to a breast or mamma. ... Mammary gland. ... m. mazoplasia — an increase in the number of ducts per lobule of mammary gland. ...
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A forum to integrate various aspects of Mammary Gland Biology, to promote collaborations and the exchange of ideas, knowledge and resources
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Reviews on Mammary Gland. This page contains mini reviews on timely topics related to the " ... 4.1 Programmed Cell Death in the Involuting Mouse Mammary Gland ...
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Joomla - Dinamil içerik yönetim sistemi ... The mammary gland is unusual in that a large proportion of its development ... FOR MAMMARY GLAND GROWTH AND ...
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Mammary glands are the organs in female mammals that produce and secrete milk ... Additionally, since the mammary gland is a target of viral, chemical, and ...
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For other animals, see udder and mammary gland. For other uses, see Breast (disambiguation) ... In women, the larger mammary glands within the breast produce ...
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The mammary gland is the functional structure of the female breast and develops ... signalling pathways in embryonic mammary gland development. Nat Rev Genet. ...
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Mammary tumors are one of the most common tumors in intact female dogs and can often be treated ... Tumors of the mammary gland. In Withrow, SJ; ...
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The Mammary Gland: Protein Factory of the Future, mammary gland, The Mammary Gland: Protein Factory of the Future , Donato Romagnolo, Location: Main Section of EHP ...
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Transgenic Approaches for Modifying the Mammary Gland to Produce Therapeutic Proteins, chronic and hereditary diseases, environmental and health research, gene ...
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The development of mammary gland neoplasms appears to be hormone-dependent ... Mammary gland tumors also have been observed in male dogs, but the incidence is ...
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Canine Mammary Gland Tumor. Canine Lymphocytic-Plasmacytic Gastroenteritis ... Introduction: Mammary gland tumors are the most frequently diagnosed neoplasms ...
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mammary glands ... mammary gland, organ of the female mammal that produces and secretes milk for ... The mammary gland contains thousands of milk-producing ...
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Finally, upon weaning, the mammary gland remodels itself back to ... MAMMARY GLAND ... Mammary gland development proceeds slowly after birth until ...
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What is mammary gland? Meaning of mammary gland medical term. What does mammary gland mean? ... mammary gland the specialized gland of the skin of female ...
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Variations in the mammary glands are common; often the left ... of the Mammary Gland. ... A functional condition of the mammary glands in men is known as ...
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2.2 Mammary gland development. 3.0 Human Breast Cancer. 3.1 Breast cancer risk factors ... Emice > Mouse Models > Organ Site Models > Mammary Gland Cancer Models : ...
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