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.
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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.
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012
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However, rats with lesions of the basolateral complex or central nucleus (CeA) of the amygdala trained to respond under the same schedule of reinforcement were more responsive to occasional reinforcement omission than rats of the sham-operated group (8).
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According to the researchers, they discovered that trauma elevates a specific microRNA in an area of the brain where long-term memories of fear reside, the basolateral amygdala complex.
Leptin receptors are more predominant particularly in proximal of intestines, and exist in basolateral margins and lumen of intestinal cells [27].
In the kidney, AQP1 is localized to the apical and basolateral membrane of epithelial cells in the proximal tubule and descending thin limb of Henle's loop (Ansa nephroni or nephron loop) where it reabsorbs the vast majority of filtered water (Nielsen et al., 1993; Zhai et al., 2007; Kortenoeven & Fenton).
High magnification imaging showed preferential staining of basolateral aspect of the epithelium, with minimal staining of apical aspect (Fig.
Neuroanatomical disconnection used in animals reveal that cortico-limbic-striatal circuit involving the medial prefrontal cortex (mPFC), the basolateral amygdala (BLA), and nucleus accumbens (Nacb) mediate decision-making processes (Salamone & Correa, 2012; Salamone, Yohn, Lopez-Cruz, San Miguel & Correa, 2016).
This is generally achieved by culturing the cells on Transwell filters that maintain two separate compartments, the apical compartment facing the luminal environment and the basolateral one facing the sub-epithelial tissue.
The cortexlike structure includes the basolateral complex, consisting of the lateral, basolateral, and basomedial amygdala.
UT-B is expressed at the basolateral and apical regions of the descending vasa recta.
Basolateral amygdala activity during the retrieval of associative learning under anesthesia.