Serous Cells in Brunner's Glands of the Rabbit

@article{Martin1954SerousCI,
  title={Serous Cells in Brunner's Glands of the Rabbit},
  author={Benjamin G. Martin},
  journal={Nature},
  year={1954},
  volume={174},
  pages={1195-1196}
}
IN Brunner's glands of the rabbit's duodenum there are numerous groups of serous-type cells lying among the mucous acini. It has long been believed that these cells are of a nature similar to those of the pancreatic acini. According to Patzelt1, Schwalbe (1872) was the first to make the suggestion, and he quotes the work of later authors who have added… CONTINUE READING