Dynamics of epithelial cells in the corpus of the mouse stomach. III. Inward migration of neck cells followed by progressive transformation into zymogenic cells.

@article{Karam1993DynamicsOE,
  title={Dynamics of epithelial cells in the corpus of the mouse stomach. III. Inward migration of neck cells followed by progressive transformation into zymogenic cells.},
  author={Sherif M. Karam and Charles Philippe Leblond},
  journal={The Anatomical record},
  year={1993},
  volume={236 2},
  pages={297-313}
}
The neck cells (or mucous neck cells) present in the neck region and the zymogenic cells (or chief cells) present in the base region of the units in the mouse corpus were examined in the electron microscope (EM) and in radioautographs prepared after administration of 3H-thymidine by single or multiple injections or by continuous infusion for 1-52 days. For these studies, the neck region of the units has been subdivided into three equal segments, respectively named high neck, mid neck, and low… CONTINUE READING
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