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Histological development of bovine abomasum.
The histological development of the bovine abomasum during fetal and neonatal periods was studied and main abomasal gland cells began to develop to increase rapidly in number in the latter half period of gestation. Expand
The ultrastructure of bovine ileal follicle-associated epithelial (FAE) cells during the perinatal period.
The ileal follicle-associated epithelial (FAE) cells in bovine fetuses and neonates were examined by light and electron microscopy. In 7-9 months old fetuses (68, 82 and 86 cm CRL) the domeExpand
The immunohistolocalization of carbonic anhydrase III in the submandibular gland of rats and hamsters
SummaryCarbonic anhydrase III has been localized using the avidin-biotin-glucose oxidase complex (ABC) method in the submandibular gland of the rat and hamster. This isozyme, which is predominant inExpand
[Distribution of the muscle coat at the pars pylorica in swine stomach].
In the tunica muscularis of the canalis pylorica, the authors successfully identified two wide streams of muscle bundles, which were supposed to play an important role in the mechanism of closing the ostium pyloricum. Expand
Fine structural changes in the developing gastric gland cells in the ferret during the postnatal period.
The development of the gastric gland cells in the ferret was studied with particular reference to maturation during the postnatal period and their epithelium undergoes rapid histological maturation towards weaning. Expand
Carbonic Anhydrase III in the Salivary Glands and Kidney of the Japanes Monkey (Macaca fuscata)
Carbonic anhydrase III (CA‐III) was found in muscles of the Japanese monkey by the double immunodiffusion test and western blotting using antiserum raised against equine CA‐III. ImmunocytochemicalExpand
Immunohistochemical localization of carbonic anhydrase III in the pancreas of the monkey.
Arising patterns of the bovine diaphragmatic crura.
The arising formation of the diaphragmatic crura in this study achieved its adults form. Expand