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The lymphoid regulation of proliferation during regeneration of intestine and esophagus in rats


Ontogenez 15(1): 101-103
The lymphoid regulation of proliferation during regeneration of intestine and esophagus in rats
After removal of a half of small intestine in the rats, lymphocytes acquired the ability to stimulate the mitotic activity of crypts of the small intestine, large intestine and esephagus in syngenic recipients. The ratio of mitotic phases in the experimental animals suffered no changes and the number of cells in the crypts increased reliably, thus suggesting true stimulation of proliferation. Lymphocytes of pseudooperated rats had no such ability.

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