Ultrastructure and synaptic relationships of calbindin-reactive, Dogiel type II neurons, in myenteric ganglia of guinea-pig small intestine.

@article{Pompolo1988UltrastructureAS,
  title={Ultrastructure and synaptic relationships of calbindin-reactive, Dogiel type II neurons, in myenteric ganglia of guinea-pig small intestine.},
  author={S{\'i}lvia das Graças Pompolo and John Barton Furness},
  journal={Journal of neurocytology},
  year={1988},
  volume={17 6},
  pages={771-82}
}
Immunoreactivity for calbindin D 28K was localized ultrastructurally in nerve cell bodies and nerve fibres in myenteric ganglia of the guinea-pig small intestine. Reactive cell bodies had a characteristic ultrastructure: the cytoplasm contained many elongate, electron-dense mitochondria, numerous secondary lysosomes that were peripherally located, peripheral stacks of rough endoplasmic reticulum and dispersed Golgi apparatus. The cells were generally larger than other myenteric neurons and had… CONTINUE READING

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