tubulation

tu·bu·late

 (to͞o′byə-lĭt, -lāt′, tyo͞o′-) also tu·bu·lat·ed (-lā′tĭd)
adj.
1. Formed into or resembling a tube; tubular.
2. Having a tube.

[Latin tubulātus, from tubulus, diminutive of tubus, tube.]

tu′bu·la′tion n.
tu′bu·la′tor n.
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(2004) The dynamin superfamily: universal membrane tubulation and fission molecules?
An X-ray survey showed osteopenia, generalized (proximal tibia, distal femur, and proximal phalanges) epiphyseal dysplasia, and tubulation deformities in the carpal bones and phalanges, but there were no abnormal findings in vertebral and pelvic bones (Figure 1).
(18) We believe that the cystic alterations, which are more common in the outer layers, are instances of outer retinal tubulation. Zweifel et al.
Via direct fluorescence microscopic observation, Domanov and Kinnunen showed that hIAPP fibrillation on the surface of supported lipid bilayers induces deformation, vesiculation and tubulation of the membrane [106].
This stage involves specific ATG8 paralogs; multiple WD repeat domain-containing, phosphoinositide-interacting ATG18 paralogs; ATG2A, which binds to ATG18; the transmembrane protein, ATG9; SNX18 which causes autophagosome tubulation; as well as small G-proteins that direct this process.
Takenawa, "Coordination between the actin cytoskeleton and membrane deformation by a novel membrane tubulation domain of PCH proteins is involved in endocytosis," The Journal of Cell Biology, vol.
Hyperbaric oxygen treatment after rat peroneal nerve transection and en tubulation. Otolaryngol Head Neck Surg 1996;114:424-434.
Calculating the effective pumping speed in the molecular flow [regime.sup.2] can be a good deal more complicated, but in a well designed system where the connecting tubulation is short, the same diameter as the pump, and the same diameter from chamber to pump a simple method is to use the following system.
Normal long bone growth involves elongation, increase in the physeal and diaphyseal diameter, epiphyseal enlargement and tubulation.
Blue and red arrows indicate sub-retinal fluid and a retinal tubulation respectively
Yanagi, "Outer retinal tubulation in inherited retinal degenerative disease," Retina, vol.