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ductule

 [duk´tūl]
a minute duct.
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duc·tule

(dŭk'tūl),
A minute duct.
Synonym(s): ductulus [TA]
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ductule

(dŭk′to͞ol′)
n.
A small duct.
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duc·tule

(dŭk'tyūl)
A minute duct.
Synonym(s): ductulus [TA] .
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012

duc·tule

(dŭk'tūl)
A minute duct.
Synonym(s): ductulus.
Medical Dictionary for the Dental Professions © Farlex 2012
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Finally, in the animals injected first with FSH and then with Clomiphene, no positivity was recorded in the cells of the corpus while a strong positivity to anti-ER[alpha] antibody was still evident in the efferent ductules and cauda (Figure 3(i)), as observed in control animals.
Note stronger immunoreactivity in benign bile ducts and ductules (original magnification X400).
Nomenclature of the finer branches of the biliary tree: canals, ductules, and ductular reactions in human livers.
It is worthy of note that HPCs were found mainly in the proliferating bile ductules, defined as oval cell ductules of the biliary tree, where they formed periportal ductular structures representing an extension of the canals of Hering (Figures 2(a) and 2(b)).
In normal tissues, p-mTOR was selectively expressed in the intestinal crypt, bile ductules of the liver, pancreatic ductal cells, and distal nephron of the kidney, in which SCs or transit amplifying cells, also termed progenitor cells, are known to be located, although there are still debates on their location in the kidney [13-16].
Balabaud et al., "Nomenclature of the finer branches of the biliary tree: canals, ductules, and ductular reactions in human livers," Hepatology, vol.
Expression of aquaporins in the efferent ductules, sperm counts, and sperm motility in estrogen receptor-alpha deficient mice fed lab chow versus casein.
Aqueous-deficiency dry eye is either Sjogren (primary or secondary) or non-Sjogren (lacrimal gland deficiency, lacrimal gland ductule obstruction or systemic treatment).
Cunha, "Estrogen receptor expression in developing epididymis, efferent ductules, and other male reproductive organs," Endocrinology, vol.
The epididymis can be regionalized, depending on the species, into the initial segment or caput which includes the efferent ductules, the middle piece or corpus characterized by a high secretory activity, and terminal segment or cauda.