Microvilli are tightly packed, microscopic projections of the apical surface
of intestinal absorptive cells.
The apical surface
of the cystic epithelium is often papillomatous as well.
Such taxa are noted to have apical surface
structure, an apertural longitudinal grove or channel, and a parietal wall callous (Pilsbry, 1897-1898).
The most prominent immunoreactive cells were sensory cells aggregated at the center of each papilla, which could be readily identified by the presence of cilia on their apical surface
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We pipetted the inoculum or HBSS without virus (control) onto the apical surface
of each culture.
Fluid disturbance creates a force that is transmitted to the apical surface
of cells causing trauma, however minute, enough to alter resistance.
Although integrins are not present on the apical surface
of enterocytes, they are located on the apical surface
of microfold cells found in Peyer's patches along the intestinal lumen (18).
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When germs from the apical surface
of prismatic cells cause lint, they find themselves immersed in the glycocalyx, which well expressed in this area.
Posterior midgut epithelial cells containing vacuoles and striated border (arrow) on the apical surface
and regenerative cells (r) in the basal portion.
7B); apical surface
of metaplica with prominent ridge extending laterally (as in Fig.