Histochemical localization of carbonic anhydrase in the pig's exocrine pancreas.


Carbonic anhydrase is essential for the pancreatic secretion of NaHCO3. To localize the distribution of carbonic anhydrase in the exocrine gland and, hence, identify the potential cellular source of secreted NaHCO3, histochemical staining of carbonic anhydrase was carried out on pancreatic biopsies obtained from six pigs at both supramaximal intravenous… (More)


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