Medical Definition of Basal lamina of cochlear

1. A thin layer of tissue covered with mesothelial cells that separates the cochlea from the scala tympani in the ear. This entry appears with permission from the Dictionary of Cell and Molecular Biology (11 Mar 2008)



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Basal Lamina Of Cochlear

basal cell papilloma
basal cells
basal cistern
basal corpuscle
basal dicot
basal diet
basal ganglia
basal ganglia calcification
basal ganglion
basal gland
basal granule
basal joint reflex
basal lamina
basal lamina of choroid
basal lamina of ciliary body
basal lamina of cochlear (current term)
basal lamina of neural tube
basal lamina of semicircular duct
basal layer of choroid
basal layer of ciliary body
basal medium
basal membrane of semicircular duct
basal metabolic rate
basal metabolic rates
basal metabolism
basal nuclei
basal nucleus of Ganser
basal part of occipital bone
basal part of pulmonary artery

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