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Histochemical features of duodenal glands of the Bandicoot (Bandicota indica)



Histochemical features of duodenal glands of the Bandicoot (Bandicota indica)



Journal of the Anatomical Society of India 44(1): 19-24



Six adult male Bandicoots (Bandicota indica) measuring 160-250 mm in length and 750-880 g in weight were trapped and used for this study. Six micron thick sections of duodenum were cut and stained for the presence of glycogen. nature of the mucin i.e. whether neutral or acidic, and for the presence of sulphated and carboxylated groups in the mucin. The staining reaction of goblet cells was used as the control. It was observed that the duodenal glands are PAS positive but without glycogen.

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