The brush border
, which had been continuous in previous stages, was interrupted by the expansion of the cell apices.
Immunocytochemical staining at the light microscopic level reveals that all four V-ATPase antibodies used in our studies bind to sites within the brush border
of the MR cells in the ABO.
(1998) prepared brush border
membrane vesicles from lactating dairy cows and observed SGLT1 activity throughout the intestine.
membrane vesicles (BBMV) from rat jejunum were prepared according to the calcium chloride precipitation method (Kessler et al., 1978).
Urinary trehalase comes from the apical membranes of the renal proximal tubular cells: immunohistochemical staining of the renal cortex-mix shows the existence of this enzyme on the brush border
of the renal proximal tubules (Fig.
A comparative study of sterol absorption in different small-intestinal brush border
Identification of two porcine brush border
glycoproteins that bind the K88ac adhesin of Escherichia coli and correlation of these glycoproteins with the adhesive phenotype.
Loss of brush border
was absent in the control group A, present in 100% experimental animals in group B, 80% and 26.7% in experimental animals of group C and D respectively.
Wheat sensitive enteropathy in irish setter dogs - possible age related brush border
Meprins are zinc metalloproteases of the astacin family that are abundantly expressed in the brush border
membranes (BBM) of kidney proximal tubules and small intestines [1,2].
These sugars, plus other sugars such as sucrose (table sugar) and lactose (milk sugar), require further digestion by another set of enzymes called "brush border
" enzymes, Webb says.
The carbon-13 sucrose breath test is based on the simple principle that, in the intestine, sucrose is broken down by a brush border
enzyme called sucrase into glucose and fructose.