Immunohistochemistry of the canine vomeronasal organ

@article{Dennis2003ImmunohistochemistryOT,
  title={Immunohistochemistry of the canine vomeronasal organ},
  author={J. Dennis and J. G. Allgier and L. Desouza and W. Eward and E. Morrison},
  journal={Journal of Anatomy},
  year={2003},
  volume={203}
}
The canine's olfactory acuity is legendary, but neither its main olfactory system nor its vomeronasal system has been described in much detail. We used immunohistochemistry on paraffin‐embedded sections of male and female adult dog vomeronasal organ (VNO) to characterize the expression of proteins known to be expressed in the VNO of several other mammals. Basal cell bodies were more apparent in each section than in rodent VNO and expressed immunoreactivity to anticytokeratin and antiepidermal… Expand
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