intralobular duct


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in·tra·lob·u·lar duct

a duct that lies within a lobule of a gland.

in·tra·lob·u·lar duct

(in'tră-lob'yū-lăr dŭkt)
A duct that lies within a lobule of a gland.
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It composed mostly of pale white connective tissues, interlobular septa with scattered lobules containing small dark cross cuts of many intralobular ducts. There were very few, if any, secretory alveoli in the inactive gland most of the interlobular tissue is adipose tissue.
In accord with the previous finding in the submandibular gland of adult rats (Prestifilippo et at.), the present study confirmed dominant CB1-immunoreactivity confined to the ductal cells of the proximal and distal intralobular ducts of the submandibular gland in young adult mice on P4W-P8W.
The secretions of the acini pass through the intralobular ducts which include the intercalated and striated ducts and then interlobular or excretory ducts and ultimately into one or more main ducts which discharge saliva into the oral cavity1.