Electron microscopic evidence for epidermal growth factor receptor (EGF-R)-like immunoreactivity associated with the basolateral surface of gastric parietal cells.

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Epidermal growth factor (EGF), in addition to its effects on cell growth, has a suppressive effect on gastric hydrochloride secretion. We recently demonstrated EGF-receptor (EGF-R)-like immunoreactivity on human gastric parietal cells by light microscopy. To reveal further the localization of this reaction an immuno-electron microscopical study was… (More)

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@article{Mori1987ElectronME, title={Electron microscopic evidence for epidermal growth factor receptor (EGF-R)-like immunoreactivity associated with the basolateral surface of gastric parietal cells.}, author={Shigemi Mori and Yasuo Morishita and Koichiro Sakai and Shigeharu Kurimoto and Minoru Okamoto and Toshihiro Kawamoto and Tamotsu Kuroki}, journal={Acta pathologica japonica}, year={1987}, volume={37 12}, pages={1909-17} }