Hi, I have loaded 2 files into the drop box, one is a real images and iff you open the shadows up on the right hand side you will see the lines appear, the other image is a black file captured with the lens cap on, again lift the exposer and you will see the lines.
The lines are there in the raw data, and not something Adobe is doing.
Here is a screenshot of the central area in RAWDigger raw-analysis software, with things set to stretch the channels much as a high-ISO image would have:
What I can't tell from the images is if these lines are in optical path, like streaks on the sensor, or if they are added by the process that reads the raw data--read pattern noise. It is possible that Aperture would have access to "dust delete data" if such a capability exists for the camera and is interpolating around the artifacts or if there is some other reason Nikon software doesn't show them. I don't know. You may be able to find information online but rest assured it is a camera issue and not an Adobe issue unless you're asking why Adobe software isn't fixing the problems automatically like Aperture must be doing, and I would guess Adobe doesn't have any way to fix sensor anomalies that aren't more than 1 pixel in size--single hot or dead pixels.
Unless Nikon can replace or service the camera to remove such things, I don't know what else to suggest.