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The roles of haemocytes and the lymphoid organ in the clearance of injected Vibrio bacteria in Penaeus monodon shrimp.
In order to study the reaction of Penaeus monodon haemocytes, live Vibrio anguillarum bacteria were injected and the shrimp were periodically sampled. Immuno-double staining analysis with specificExpand
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Differences in mucus and serum immunoglobulin of carp (Cyprinus carpio L.).
Electrophoretic analysis did not reveal clear differences between skin mucus and serum immunoglobulin (Ig) of carp. The majority of both Igs were tetrameric (+/- 760 kDa) and composed of 25 kDa lightExpand
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Neogene stratigraphy of the Langenboom locality (Noord-Brabant, the Netherlands)
The locality of Langenboom (eastern Noord-Brabant, the Netherlands), also known as Mill, is famous for its Neogene molluscs, shark teeth, teleost remains, birds and marine mammals. The stratigraphicExpand
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The role of the haematopoietic tissue in haemocyte production and maturation in the black tiger shrimp (Penaeus monodon).
The haematopoietic tissue (HPT) of the black tiger shrimp (Penaeus monodon) is located in different areas in the cephalothorax, mainly at the dorsal side of the stomach and in the onset of theExpand
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Segregation of primordial germ cells: Their numbers and fate during early development of Barbus conchonius (Cyprinidae, Teleostei) as indicated by 3H‐thymidine incorporation
3H‐Thymidine incorporation experiments in Barbus conchonius showed that presumptive primordial germ cells (PGCs) terminated their mitotic activity between midepibolys, and late epiboly. At theExpand
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Indications for a distinct putative T cell population in mucosal tissue of carp (Cyprinus carpio L.).
A monoclonal antibody against carp intestinal T cells (WCL38; of IgM class) was produced by immunization of mice with isolated membrane molecules of carp intestinal intraepithelial lymphoid cells.Expand
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Characterization of a T cell lineage marker in carp (Cyprinus carpio L.).
A monoclonal antibody against thymocytes (WCL9; of IgG1 class) was produced by immunization of mice with isolated membrane molecules of carp thymocytes. Flow cytometric and fluorescence microscopicExpand
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Integrity of the preimplantation pig blastocyst during expansion and loss of polar trophectoderm (Rauber cells) and the morphology of the embryoblast as an indicator for developmental stage.
The embryonic ectoderm of the pig differentiated and became part of the outer barrier of the blastocyst (earlier formed by the trophectoderm alone) before shedding of the overlying polarExpand
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The pig blastocyst: Its ultrastructure and the uptake of protein macromolecules
SummaryBetween days 8 and 11 of pregnancy spherical blastocysts from 0.3 to 10 mm in diameter were flushed from the uterine horns of Dutch Landrace pigs. A description of their ultrastructure isExpand
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Characterisation of different morphological features of black tiger shrimp (Penaeus monodon) haemocytes using monoclonal antibodies.
Monoclonal antibodies (mabs) specific for Penaeus monodon haemocytes were produced by immunising mice with membrane lysates of shrimp haemocytes. Four mabs (WSH 6, WSH 7, WSH 8 and WSH 16) wereExpand
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