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Immunohistochemical detection of estrogen receptors in the canine uterus and their relation to sex steroid hormone levels.
Immunohistochemical detection of progesterone receptors in the canine uterus and their relation to sex steroid hormone levels.
Anatomy and nomenclature of murine lymph nodes: Descriptive study and nomenclatory standardization in BALB/cAnNCrl mice.
The Tonsils Revisited: Review of the Anatomical Localization and Histological Characteristics of the Tonsils of Domestic and Laboratory Animals
- C. Casteleyn, S. Breugelmans, P. Simoens, W. Van den Broeck
- BiologyClinical & developmental immunology
- 21 August 2011
This paper gives an overview of the anatomical localization and histological characteristics of the tonsils that are present in ten conventional domestic animal species, including the sheep, goat,…
Morphometric analysis of the foramen magnum in Pekingese dogs.
The size and shape of the foramen magnum were studied in skulls from 75 adult and 5 juvenile Pekingese dogs and the degree of dysplasia, notch index, and occipital index of each foramen Magnum were determined.
Biomechanical Properties of Bovine Claw Horn
Age-related morphometry of equine incisors.
In the present study the age-related morphological characteristics of 948 equine incisors were investigated and radiographic imaging is a good method with which to obtain reliable information concerning the total incisival length and the size and position of the apical foramen.
Intussusceptive Angiogenesis: A Biologically Relevant Form of Angiogenesis
- W. De Spiegelaere, C. Casteleyn, P. Cornillie
- Biology, MedicineJournal of Vascular Research
- 26 June 2012
The mechanism of intussusceptive angiogenesis is reviewed and the current techniques and models for investigating intussUSceptiveAngiogenesis are summarized.
Perfusion characteristics of the human hepatic microcirculation based on three-dimensional reconstructions and computational fluid dynamic analysis.
The data indicate that the human hepatic microcirculation is characterized by a higher permeabilityAlong the central vein direction, and an about two times lower permeability along the radial and circumferential directions of a lobule.
Locations of gut-associated lymphoid tissue in the 3-month-old chicken: a review
- C. Casteleyn, M. Doom, E. Lambrechts, W. Van den Broeck, P. Simoens, P. Cornillie
- Medicine, BiologyAvian pathology : journal of the W.V.P.A
- 1 June 2010
A solid knowledge of the avian GALT could contribute to the development of vaccines to be administered orally, and immune stimulation via pre- and probiotics is based on the presence of a well-developed intestinal immune system.