collagen fiber

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  • The cross-links result in the formation of very strong mature type I collagen fibers.
  • Sometimes the exact direction of the collagen fibers are unknown, because in some regions of the body there are differences between different individuals.
  • Their length and hollow nature argue against of them being subdermal structures such as collagen fibers.
  • Horses in intense training, especially those that were not conditioned properly, may damage many collagen fibers.
  • The cross-linkages result in the formation of very strong mature type II collagen fibers.
  • As cells move along the collagen fibers they generate forces that contract the gel.
  • The breakdown of collagen fibers results in a net increase in water content.
  • The high density of collagen fibers is what gives the deep fascia its strength and integrity.
  • This lack of blood supply can lead to the degradation of collagen fibers and inflammation.
  • The cross-linkages result in the formation of very strong mature type XI collagen fibers.
  • The structure of these fibers, like the majority of collagen fibers, forms a triple helix structure.
  • To keep itself safe in these crevices and cracks, the sea cucumber will hook up all its collagen fibers to make its body firm again.
  • When this occurs the clotting factors begin to form a collagen fiber called fibrin.
  • Traces of a criss-cross pattern composed of collagen fibers have been observed in the surface of some well-preserved fossils.
  • The chagasic rosary structures are composed of the same collagen fibers that form milk spots, the difference being their size and location.
  • These collagen fibers are produced by the fibroblasts located within the fascia.
  • The collagen fibers of both tissues run in layers that are perpendicular to each other.
  • Normal healthy tendons are composed mostly of parallel arrays of collagen fibers closely packed together.
  • These collagen fibers are used as a framework for the osteoblasts work.
  • Another study has recorded an association between collagen fibers and echogenicity tendon during Achilles tendon healing.