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Synonyms for border



border on something


Synonyms for border

a fairly narrow line or space forming a boundary

the line or area separating geopolitical units

to put or form a border on

to be contiguous or next to

border on: to come near, as in quality or amount

Synonyms for border

the boundary line or the area immediately inside the boundary

the boundary of a surface

a decorative recessed or relieved surface on an edge

a strip forming the outer edge of something

form the boundary of

enclose in or as if in a frame

provide with a border or edge


lie adjacent to another or share a boundary

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Urinary trehalase comes from the apical membranes of the renal proximal tubular cells: immunohistochemical staining of the renal cortex-mix shows the existence of this enzyme on the brush border of the renal proximal tubules (Fig.
However, these results do not demonstrate a localization of GLUT2 to the brush border membrane in ruminants.
The body loses part of this combined amount, and the remainder is ultimately transferred to the blood via the brush border site.
Histopathological changes in kidney of diabetic rat showed signs of tubular necrosis with loss of their brush border, vacuolar degeneration of proximal tubules and thickened basement membrane.
Hence, the potential anti-diabetic effect of CM was studied using four in vitro models: (a) intestinal brush border membrane vesicles (BBMV), for studying intestinal glucose absorption; (b) rat hepatoma cell line H4IIE, for studying hepatic glucose production; (c) human skin fibroblast cell line Hs68, for studying cellular glucose uptake by glucose transporter 1 (Glut1); and (d) mouse adipocytes 3T3-L1, for studying cellular glucose uptake by glucose transporter 4 (Glut4).
Almost all parts of the digestive tract show positive AP activities restricted at the brush border of the epithelial cells or in the lumen.
DCYTB localizes to the intestinal brush border and its expression is amplified during iron deficiency, ineffective erythropoiesis, and hypoxia.
It is sequestered in the wall of the small intestine and sits on the brush border membrane surfaces of enterocytes.
Goblet cells containing predominantly intestinal-type mucin were scattered throughout the lesion, and many of the columnar surface epithelial cells had a distinct brush border.
A/E pathogens typically reside on a pedestal on the surface of the host epithelial cell and ultimately cause severe disruption of the microvilli brush border (Figure lA).