Left atrial appendage occlusion by invagination and double suture technique
Is mild dental invagination a risk factor for apical root resorption in orthodontic patients?
Evidence for glycogen structures associated with plasma membrane invaginations as visualized by freeze-substitution and the Thiery reaction in Saccharomyces cerevisiae
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n.1. the infolding of the wall of a solid structure to form a cavity. This occurs in some stages of the development of embryos. 2.see intussusception.
1. the infolding of the wall of a solid structure to form a cavity. This occurs in some stages of the development of embryos. 2.see intussusception.
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