canaliculus


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Related to canaliculus: Perna canaliculus, tympanic canaliculus
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a small canal or duct as in some bones and parts of plants

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Commercial green-lipped mussels (Perna canaliculus) are popular as raw materials and dietary supplements because they contain high protein levels, omega-3 fatty acids, iodine, and carbohydrates [4].
(67,68) This failure to move bile salts into the bile canaliculus is termed intrahepatic cholestasis.
Population genetic subdivision in the New Zealand green shell mussel (Perna canaliculus) inferred from single-strand conformation polymorphism analyses of mitochon-drial DNA.
(2001) found a 1:1 sex ratio in all size classes in a study on green-lipped mussels (Perna canaliculus) in mesotidal and infratidal areas.
canaliculus, as in reptiles (Secor, 2009), the fact that metabolic rates during SDA can exceed those reached during activity indicates that SDA may not be rate-limited at a cellular level, but rather by oxygen supply or by other processes such as particle acquisition and sorting.
Optimising the delivery of the key dietary diatom Chaetoceros calcitrans to intensively cultured Greenshell mussel larvae, Perna canaliculus. Aquaculture, v.
All PPIs are substituted derivatives of benzimidazole, which is pharmaceutically inactive compound with short half-life of (0.6 - 1.9 hours), needs acidic environment of the secretory canaliculus of the stimulated parietal cells, with a pH of approximately 1.0.
Another 5 (3%) patients still had some medial lagophthalmos after the surgery and received another supplemental medial partial intermarginal adhesion tarsorrhaphy with care to preserve the canaliculus. One patient had unexpected recovery of facial nerve function and underwent successful complete flap takedown using the same technique mentioned above.
It arises below the nerve to the stapedius and traverses anterosuperiorly via the posterior canaliculus, usually accompanied by the posterior tympanic branch of the stylomastoid artery.
(45) ABCB11 encodes an ABC transporter, BSEP (bile salt export pump), which is the principal transporter of amidated bile acids from hepatocytes into the biliary canaliculus against a powerful concentration gradient.
canaliculus oil as a safer and faster-acting alternative complementary therapy for patients who suffer from Osteo Arthritis compared with the use of fish oil."
When the punctum and partial proximal canaliculus are involved, a simple mono- or bicanalicular silicone lacrimal intubation is the procedure of choice leading to a good rate of success with adequate lacrimal drainage [32,39].
In the liver bars, the surface of each hepatocytes contacts the blood pocket wall, while the other surface contacts the adjacent cells and have in between Bile canaliculus.
Then, an appropriate amount of mixed resin was drawn using a 1.0 ml disposable syringe, which was connected to a number 9 lacrimal cannula needle and inserted into the lacrimal canaliculus to a depth of 3-4 mm through the right lacrimal punctum (Figure 1(b)).
From the medial angle of eye, lacrimal fluid enters the superior and inferior canaliculi through lacrimal punctum situated on the lacrimal papilla, which unite to form common canaliculus and drains into lacrimal sac.