Immunochemical localization of Clara cell protein by light and electron microscopy in conducting airways of fetal and neonatal hamster lung.

@article{Strum1990ImmunochemicalLO,
  title={Immunochemical localization of Clara cell protein by light and electron microscopy in conducting airways of fetal and neonatal hamster lung.},
  author={Judy May Strum and Gurmukh Singh and Sikandar L. Katyal and Elizabeth M. McDowell},
  journal={The Anatomical record},
  year={1990},
  volume={227 1},
  pages={
          77-86
        }
}
An antibody to a protein produced by Clara cells in adult Syrian golden hamsters has been used to monitor the development and functional differentiation of secretory cells in the conducting airway epithelium of this species. Lungs from fetal and neonatal hamsters at gestational day 11 and at intervals up to and including 3.5 weeks of age (as well as adults) were studied. The earliest time this Clara cell protein could be identified by immunoperoxidase labeling in the fetal conducting airways… CONTINUE READING

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