Experimental Factor Ontology

Last uploaded: July 4, 2019
Preferred Name

crypt of Lieberkuhn

Synonyms

intestinal gland

Lieberkuhn crypt

intestinal gland of Lieberkuhn

Lieberkuhn's glands

intestinal crypts

crypt of Lieberkuhn

lieberkuhn crypt

Lieberkuhn gland

Lieberkuhn's gland

intestinal crypt

crypts of Lieberkühn

follicles of lieberkuhn

crypt of Lieberkühn

Definitions

the tubular intestinal glands found in the mucosal membranes

ID

http://purl.obolibrary.org/obo/UBERON_0001983

database_cross_reference

NCIT:C32411

FMA:63621

EMAPA:35266

UMLS:C1621887

MA:0001535

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Intestinal_crypt

http://linkedlifedata.com/resource/umls/id/C1621887

http://www.snomedbrowser.com/Codes/Details/118652008

definition

the tubular intestinal glands found in the mucosal membranes

depicted_by

http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/3/38/Small_intestine_low_mag.jpg

external_definition

In histology, an intestinal crypt, also crypt of LieberkC

has_broad_synonym

intestinal gland

has_exact_synonym

Lieberkuhn crypt

Lieberkuhn's glands

intestinal crypts

crypt of Lieberkuhn

lieberkuhn crypt

Lieberkuhn gland

Lieberkuhn's gland

intestinal crypt

crypts of Lieberkühn

follicles of lieberkuhn

crypt of Lieberkühn

has_obo_namespace

uberon

has_related_synonym

intestinal gland of Lieberkuhn

id

UBERON:0001983

in_subset

http://purl.obolibrary.org/obo/uberon/core#organ_slim

http://purl.obolibrary.org/obo/uberon/core#pheno_slim

label

crypt of Lieberkuhn

notation

UBERON:0001983

prefLabel

crypt of Lieberkuhn

see also

http://purl.obolibrary.org/obo/UBERON_2005256

taxon_notes

Most fish lack intestinal glands that extend into the mucosa, Gadidae (Jacobshagen 1937) and Macrouridae (Geisterdoerfer 1973( have glands at the base of surface folds throughout intestine - these have been called crypts, but cell types are the same as for surface epithelium. Crypts have been described in salamander midguts (Reeder 1964) some reptiles (Luppa 1977) and some birds (Ziswiler and Farner 1972). Reptile crypts are less developed than birds and mammals, with epithelium similar to the surface. Avian crypts vary from those with absorprive and goblet cells to those that have cells with basophilic granules

subClassOf

http://purl.obolibrary.org/obo/UBERON_0000333

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