Identifying and counting epithelial cell types in the "corpus" of the mouse stomach.

@article{Karam1992IdentifyingAC,
  title={Identifying and counting epithelial cell types in the "corpus" of the mouse stomach.},
  author={Sherif M. Karam and Charles Philippe Leblond},
  journal={The Anatomical record},
  year={1992},
  volume={232 2},
  pages={231-46}
}
The epithelial cells lining the oxyntic mucosa in the stomach "corpus" were identified, localized, and counted in 2-month-old male C57BL-6 mice, using glutaraldehyde-formaldehyde fixation and osmium tetroxide postfixation for studies in the light microscope (LM) while adding tannic acid to the fixative and postfixing in ferrocyanide-osmium for studies in the electron microscope (EM). The cells form a single epithelium, which invaginates into blind tubular units. Each unit is divided into four… CONTINUE READING
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