[ UK /ɹɛtˈɪkjʊləm/ ]
  1. any fine network (especially one in the body composed of cells or blood vessels)
  2. the second compartment of the stomach of a ruminant
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How To Use reticulum In A Sentence

  • University, who worked at that time on translocation of proteins across the endoplasmic reticulum (ER) membrane, a process that involves cleavage of the leader peptide by signal peptidase, to Jeffrey Roberts in Cornell University who worked on E. coli RecA protein-directed cleavage of phage l repressor and its requirement for polynucleotide, and to Harvey Lodish at the M.I.T. who worked, among other subjects, on processing of viral polyproteins. Aaron Ciechanover - Autobiography
  • The reticulum is the smallest, with a capacity of about one-half gallon. Common Diseases of Farm Animals
  • Its structure is that of an ordinary cell-nucleus, viz., it consists of a reticulum or karyomitome, the meshes of which are filled with karyoplasm, while connected with, or imbedded in, the reticulum are a number of chromatin masses or chromosomes, which may present the appearance of a skein or may assume the form of rods or loops. I. Embryology. 2. The Ovum
  • The researchers also looked at the endoplasmic reticulum, which is where the folding process of proteins occurs in a cell. THE MEDICAL NEWS
  • Generally, cuboidal T2 pneumocytes were located in depressions created by the reticulum of capillaries of the alveolar wall.
  • Western blot analyses representative of two independent experiments with similar results are shown. doi: 10.1371/journal. pone.0011772.g003 bcl-2 protein interacts with HIF-1α protein in the nucleoplasm bcl-2 is primarily localized in the outer mitochondrial membrane with minor expression in the nucleus and in the endoplasmatic reticulum PLoS ONE Alerts: New Articles
  • From this bag (the paunch) in the act of rumination a certain portion of the food is ejected into the second chamber, which is termed the reticulum (i.e. a little net) from the peculiar arrangement of its inner or mucous surface, which is lined with a network of shallow hexagonal cells. Natural History of the Mammalia of India and Ceylon
  • The spindle cell population consisted of bipolar cells with large oval nuclei that contained macronucleoli and scattered rough endoplasmic reticulum, mitochondria, and lysosomes within their cytoplasm.
  • EC coupling occurs at specialized regions where the intracellular sarcoplasmic reticulum forms junctions with the sarcolemma or, more frequently, with tubular invaginations of the sarcolemma known as transverse tubules.
  • Additionally, there are no central epithelial cells resembling stellate reticulum.
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