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can·a·lic·u·lus

 (kăn′ə-lĭk′yə-ləs)
n. pl. can·a·lic·u·li (-lī′)
A small canal or duct in the body, such as the minute channels in compact bone.

[Latin canāliculus, diminutive of canālis, conduit; see canal.]

can′a·lic′u·lar (-lər) adj.
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Adj.1.canalicular - relating to or like or having a canaliculus
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This is due to the fact that a canalicular membrane has not formed between the hepatocytes where key efflux transporters reside.
The hepatocyte polarization involves the formation of several restricted apical domains per cell, which together create the bile canalicular (BC) network, an essential component for bile secretion and overall liver function.
Protective effects of hepatocellular canalicular conjugate export pump (Mrp2) on sodium arsenite-induced hepatic dysfunction in rats.
Mealy said: the retrobulbar, canalicular, and prechiasmal segments; the chiasm; and the optic tract extending into the brain.
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18] The typical pattern of liver enzyme abnormality is mixed with moderate elevation of transaminases, but a far more significant rise in the canalicular enzymes.
a) Stage of pregnancy GD Trimester Macaque Human First [less than or [less than or equal to] 55 equal to] 90 Second 55-110 90-180 Third 110-165 180-270 Stage of lung development Lung stage GD Macaque Human Embryonic 21-55 Pseudoglandular 56-80 42-112 Canalicular 80-130 112-168 Saccular 131-165 168-270 GD, gestation day.
It showed strong cytoplasmic (11 of 13) and focal canalicular (2 of 13) positivity in 13 cases (Figure 2, D).
Canalicular bile accounts for approximately 75% of the daily bile production in humans and is modified by both secretory and absorptive processes as it passes along the bile ductules and ducts.
In addition, platelets are characterized by an enormous surface area and open canalicular system, which in concert with specialized recognition receptors may contribute to the engulfment of serum components, antigens, and pathogens.
Development of the fetal lung can be divided into four stages: the pseudoglan-dular, canalicular, saccular, and alveolar stages.
The typical pattern of liver enzyme abnormality is a mixed picture with moderate elevation of transaminases but a far more significant rise in the canalicular enzymes.