Distribution, ontogeny and ultrastructure of somatostatin immunoreactive cells in the pancreas and gut

@article{Alumets1977DistributionOA,
  title={Distribution, ontogeny and ultrastructure of somatostatin immunoreactive cells in the pancreas and gut},
  author={Jan Alumets and Dr. F. Sundler and Rolf H{\aa}kanson},
  journal={Cell and Tissue Research},
  year={1977},
  volume={185},
  pages={465-479}
}
Somatostatin cells are numerous in the pancreas and digestive tract of mammals as well as birds. In the pancreas of chicken, cat and dog they occur in both the exocrine parenchyma and in the islets. In the rat and rabbit, somatostatin cells have a peripheral location in the islets, whereas in the cat, dog and man the cells are usually more randomly distributed. In the stomach of rabbits and pigs, somatostatin cells are more numerous in the oxyntic gland area than in the pyloric gland area… CONTINUE READING

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