basolateral

ba·so·lat·er·al

(bā'sō-lat'er-ăl),
Basal and lateral; specifically used to refer to one of the two major cytologic divisions of the amygdaloid complex. See: amygdaloid body.

ba·so·lat·er·al

(bā'sō-lat'ĕr-ăl)
Basal andlateral; specifically used to refer to one of the two major cytologic divisions of the amygdaloid complex.
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Vertex near basolateral angle with red spot on each side of median carina, eyes brown to black (Fig.
Infusions of AP5 into the basolateral amygdala impair the formation, but not the expression, of step-down inhibitory avoidance.
Localization of ATPase [alpha]1 subunit was limited on basolateral sides of the ED epithelia (Figure 8B, inserts).
On the basis of its high homology with the well-characterized MRP1 protein, an efflux transporter produced in the liver, and its localization in the basolateral membrane of hepatocytes and kidney proximal tubules, MRP6 has been supposed to export metabolites from these cells.
The clamps were inserted into the diffusion apparatus with the mucosal side facing the apical chamber, and 5 ml of fresh warmed buffer (37[degrees]C) was added to both the apical and basolateral chambers.
To start the experiments, 10 [micro]M R123 or 50 [micro]M daunorubicin final concentrations were added to the donor side (apical side for apical to basolateral (a-b) experiment and basolateral side for basolateral to apical (b-a) experiment) and then incubated at 37 [degrees]C.
Just before transport to the smog chamber site, media located in the apical chamber were aspirated, whereas media in the basolateral compartment remained.
Hypotonic treatment evokes biphasic ATP release across the basolateral membrane of cultured renal epithelia (A6).
Structures examined included the caudate-putamen (CPu): central, dorsal, dorsomedial, and ventrolateral regions; cortex: cingulate, insular, and piriform regions; nucleus accumbens (nAcc): core and shell regions; lateral septal nucleus, ventral part (LSV); bed nucleus of the stria terminalis, lateral division, dorsal region (BNST); thalamus: paraventricular nucleus (PV) and dorsomedial; amygdala: basolateral nucleus (BNA), central nucleus (CEA), and medial nucleus (MNA); hippocampal formation: dentate gyrus, CA1 and CA3 regions; and the premammillary nucleus.
The secreted acid and proteases start the resorption process in the lacuna, and the released matrix degradation products undergo endocytosis and transcytosis, and are finally secreted through a functional secretory domain in the basolateral membrane of the osteoclast (27).
The site of this inhibition is the sodium-iodide symporter, a membrane protein located on the basolateral side of the follicular cell, adjacent to the capillaries supplying blood to the thyroid (6).