basal striations

ba·sal stri·a·tions

vertical infranuclear striations caused by the infolding of plasma membrane and mitochondria; seen in kidney tubules and certain intralobular salivary ducts known as striated ducts.
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The last ones, more numerous, ate enclosed by higher cubical or columnar epithelium, with more eosinonophilic cells and basal striations (Fig.