Occurrence of gustducin-immunoreactive cells in von Ebner’s glands of guinea pigs

@inproceedings{Ibira2013OccurrenceOG,
  title={Occurrence of gustducin-immunoreactive cells in von Ebner’s glands of guinea pigs},
  author={Yuki Ibira and Hiroyuki Yokosuka and Maiko Haga-Tsujimura and Sumio Yoshie},
  booktitle={Histochemistry and Cell Biology},
  year={2013}
}
An immunohistochemical examination of guinea-pig taste buds in vallate papillae revealed gustducin-immunoreactive cells in the area of von Ebner’s glands, minor salivary glands. Since there have been no reports describing those cells in these locations for other species, we investigated these glands in order both to localize the cells and compare their immunoreactive characteristics with corresponding cells in the vallate taste buds. The gustducin-immunoreactive cells coincided with cells… CONTINUE READING

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