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Evidence of pseudo iso cyanin positive endocrine cells in the gastric mucosa of the dog

, : Evidence of pseudo iso cyanin positive endocrine cells in the gastric mucosa of the dog. Acta Histochemica 57(2): 320-322

The tunica mucosa of the stomach and the other parts of the intestine (duodenum, jejunum, ileum and colon) of the dog was investigated in order to demonstrate insulin producing cells. By means of the pseudoisocyanin reaction it was possible to visualize in the lamina epithelialis of the stomach cells containing metachromatically reacting granules. It was possible to distinguish these cells from mast cells localized outside of the lamina epithelialis of the tunica mucosa. Until now hormone producing cells could be demonstrated in the lamina epithelialis of stomach and intestine of mammalia with the exception of insulin-producing cells.

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