Morphologic and physiologic studies of canine ileal enteroglucagon-containing cells in short-term culture.

@article{Buchan1987MorphologicAP,
  title={Morphologic and physiologic studies of canine ileal enteroglucagon-containing cells in short-term culture.},
  author={Alison M. J. Buchan and Donald L. Barber and Michael Gregor and Andrew H. Soll},
  journal={Gastroenterology},
  year={1987},
  volume={93 4},
  pages={
          791-800
        }
}
Enteroglucagon-containing cells have been maintained in short-term culture, and the morphologic characteristics of these cells and their response to selected agents have been determined. After 48 h in culture the ultrastructural appearance of the enteroglucagon-immunoreactive cells showed evidence of polarization with re-formation of apical microvilli and the secretory granules concentrated at the opposite pole of the cell. The size of the intracellular secretory granules was 370 +/- 15 nm. The… CONTINUE READING

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