(1981) Characterization of brush borders purified in iso-osmotic medium and microvillar
membranes subfractionated from mouse small intestine.
The activated toxins bind with high affinity to receptors present on the microvillar
membrane of susceptible insect larvae (Hofmann et al., 1998).
Epidermis on the dorsal surface of the fin rays is non-tuberculate, consisting of flattened hexagonal cells with well developed microvilli or microvillar
ridges with an average of about one pore (presumably a mucus pore) for every two cells.
Digestive enzymes associated with the glycocalyx, microvillar
membranes and secretory vesicles from midgut cells of Tenebrio molitor larvae.
At 11-12 weeks, opening of pharyngeal and anal membranes coincides with the massive arrival of intestinal microvillar
enzymes in the AF.
Rotavirus infection induces an increase in intracellular calcium concentration in human intestinal epithelial cells: role microvillar
thuringiensis subsp, kurstaki strains used as a positive control, there were marked differences in the binding of the toxins to the microvillar
brush border of the epithelial cells throughout the midgut of the larvae (Table 3).
A sensitive chemoreceptory microvillar
neuroepithelium (Ne) lines the concave VNO wall and the opposite, convex wall is lined by a ciliated seudostratified, receptor-free epithelium (RFE).
At the ultrastructural level, SG-induced atrophic OE had a conspicuous loss of nuclear and cytoplasmic profiles of OSNs and their ciliated dendritic knobs that contain the animal's odorant receptors and normally project above the microvillar
apical surfaces of the sustentacular cells (Figure 6E-G).
M.: Biosynthesis of the intestinal microvillar
Loss in microvillar
structure is followed by profound membrane ruffling localized to the area of bacterial-host cell contact (Figure 2A) (29-31).