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acinar

 [as´ĭ-ner]
pertaining to or affecting an acinus or acini.

ac·i·nar

(as'i-năr),
Pertaining to the acinus.
Synonym(s): acinic

acinar

(ăs′ĭ-nər, -när′)
adj.
Of or relating to an acinus.

ac·i·nar

(as'i-năr)
Pertaining to an acinus.
Synonym(s): acinic.

acinar

Pertaining to an ACINUS or acini. Grape-shaped or sac-like.
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Whereas Polkowski et al (9) noted pancreatic acinar cells in 14% of cases, Sarbia et al (10) found pancreatic acinar cells in 61% of specimens.
The salivary glands of rats complete their morphological development by 7 to 10 weeks.23 Post-natal development of acinar cells is ahead of the postnatal development of ductal system.24
Primary intraoral ACCs usually present a diagnostic challenge to pathologists because of their great radiological and cytological similarities with benign tumors and with normal acinar component of the salivary gland, respectively.
In acute pancreatitis, high amounts of ROS are produced in the immune cells infiltrating the pancreatic tissue and also in the pancreatic acinar cells [46].
By contrast, Khajeh-Hosseini-Dalasm and Longest [22] suggested that total acinar deposition rates were insensitive to the gravity orientation when the geometry had more than three alveolar duct generations.
Caption: Figure 3: Pulmonary specimen evaluation, after first (a) and second (b, c) surgical interventions; all specimens showed distal acinar emphysema.
Miura et al., "Xanthine oxidase-mediated in response to cerulein in intracellular oxidative stress rat pancreatic acinar cells," Pancreas, vol.
Immunohisto-chemically solid pseudopapillary tumor of pancreas can show overlapping expression of pan CK, synaptophysin, CD56, chromogranin, CD10 and vimentin with neuroendocrine tumors19,20, the expression of neuroendocrine markers with pancreatoblastoma and pancreatic enzymes with acinar cell carcinoma18.
(98) In addition, various mutations of the pancreatitisassociated gene, serine protease inhibitor, Kazal type I (SPINK1) gene (the gene encoding an inhibitor of activated trypsin) impairs negative regulation of trypsinogen activation occurring in acinar cells.
However, in men who only had high-grade intraepithelial neoplasia at the beginning of the trial, there was a lower rate of progression to prostate cancer and development of atypical small acinar proliferation in the group taking green tea extract capsules.
Autophagy in pancreatic acinar cells in caerulein-treated mice: immunolocalization of related proteins and their potential as markers of pancreatitis.