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Ultrastructure of fundus glands of the mouse gastric mucosa

Herbert F. Helander

Ultrastructure of fundus glands of the mouse gastric mucosa

an electron microscopical study in fasted and refed animals, with observations on ultrastructure after different fixation and embedding procedures

by Herbert F. Helander

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Published by Academic Press in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Gastric mucosa,
  • Gastric juice

  • Edition Notes

    Statement[translated by Klas Magnus Lindskog].
    SeriesJournal of ultrastructure research -- 4.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination123 p.
    Number of Pages123
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17036385M
    OCLC/WorldCa4373300

    Ultrastructure of epithelial cells ir~ the fundus glands of the mouse gastric mucosa, (). Use of methacrylate membranes as an improved method of "sandwiching" sections for electron microscopy, To submit an update or takedown request for this.   The stomach is a key part of the gastrointestinal (GI) tract, sitting between the esophagus and functions are to mix food with stomach acid and break food down into smaller particles using chemical and mechanical digestion. The stomach can perform these roles due to the layers of the stomach are the gastric mucosa, submucosa, muscularis externa and serosa.

    Mucus release was studied in the exposed gastric mucosa of anesthetized fasted dogs using scanning and transmission microscopy as well as histochemical and autoradiographic techniques. Under unstimulated conditions, the gastric epithelium was composed of both nonsecreting and mucus-secreting epithelial cells, with the former being predominant. HELANDER H, EKHOLM R. Ultrastructure of epithelial cells in the fundus glands of the mouse gastric mucosa. J Ultrastruct Res. Oct; – HELANDER HF. ULTRASTRUCTURE OF GASTRIC FUNDUS GLANDS OF REFED MICE. J Ultrastruct Res. Feb; – ITO S, WINCHESTER RJ. The fine structure of the gastric mucosa in the bat.

    Early Effects of X-lrradiation on the Ultrastructure of Gastric Fundus Glands HERBERT F. HELANDER Department of Anatomy, University of Gothenburg, Gothenburg, Sweden1 INTRODUCTION The effects of X-rays and other types of radiation on the ultrastructure have been studied in various organs. In the digestive system such studies have been performed. The much larger glands of the fundus and body of the stomach, the site of most chemical digestion, produce most of the gastric secretions. These glands are made up of a variety of secretory cells. These include parietal cells, chief cells, mucous neck cells, and enteroendocrine cells.


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Ultrastructure of fundus glands of the mouse gastric mucosa by Herbert F. Helander Download PDF EPUB FB2

74 J. ULTRASTRUCTURE RESEARCH 3, () Ultrostructure of Epitheliol Cells in the Fundus Glands of the Mouse Gastric Mucosa H. HELANDER and R. EKHOLM Department of Anatomy, University of Gothenburg Received The fundus glands in the gastric mucosa of the mouse contain three types of epithelial by: Get this from a library.

Ultrastructure of fundus glands of the mouse gastric mucosa: an electron microscopical study in fasted and refed animals, with observations on ultrastructure after different fixation and embedding procedures.

[Herbert F Helander]. HELANDER H, EKHOLM R. Ultrastructure of epithelial cells in the fundus glands of the mouse gastric mucosa. J Ultrastruct Res. Oct; – HELANDER HF. ULTRASTRUCTURE OF GASTRIC FUNDUS GLANDS OF REFED MICE. J Ultrastruct Res. Feb; – ITO S, WINCHESTER RJ.

The fine structure of the gastric mucosa in the by: Ultrastructure of fundus glands of the mouse gastric mucosa: An electron microscopical study in fasted and refed animals with observations on ultrastructure after. ULTRASTRUCTURE RESEARCH 5, () A Preliminary Note on the Ultrastructure of the Argyrophile Cells of the Mouse Gastric hAucosa HERBERT F.

HELANDER Department of Anatomy, University of Gothenburg, Gothenburg, Sweden Received Janu Scattered among other epithelial cells of the fundus glands is an infrequently occurring by: Ultrastructure of the Parietal Cell of the Human Gastric Mucosa in the Resting State and After Stimulation With Histalog Fortunato Rosa, M.D.

* Departamento de Biofíscia, Insti. ULTRASTRUCTURE RESEA () Ultrastructure of Secretory Cells in the Pyloric Gland Area of the Mouse Gastric Mucosa H.

HELANDER Department of Anatomy, University of Gothenburg, Sweden Received J Tissue specimens from the mucosa of the pyloric gland area were subjected to electron microscopic investigation in 9 fasted male albino mice. HELANDER HF. Ultrastructure of fundus glands of the mouse gastric mucosa.

An electron microscopical study in fasted and refed animals with observations on ultrastructure after different fixation and embedding procedures.

J Ultrastruct Res. May; Suppl – HELANDER HF. HELANDER HF. Ultrastructure of fundus glands of the mouse gastric mucosa.

An electron microscopical study in fasted and refed animals with observations on ultrastructure after different fixation and embedding procedures. J Ultrastruct Res. May; Suppl – ITO S, WINCHESTER RJ. The fine structure of the gastric mucosa in the bat. Abstract. The parietal cells are believed to produce HCl; they are present at all levels of the gastric fundus glands (fig.

1) and in exceptional cases even on the surface of the mucosa. They are most frequent in the mid-portion of the glands, where they are interspersed among other gland cells. The parietal cells are often peripheral to other gland cells and are connected to the lumen of the. Ultrastructure of fundus glands of the mouse gastric mucosa.

An electron microscopical study in fasted and refed animals with observations on ultrastructure after different fixation and embedding procedures. J Ultrastruct Res. May; Suppl – ITO S, WINCHESTER RJ. The fine structure of the gastric mucosa in the bat. Ultrastructure of fundus glands of the mouse gastric mucosa.

An electron microscopical study in fasted and ref ed animals with observations on ultrastructure after. Summary. The gastric mucosa of a reptile, the lizard Tiliqua scincoides, has been examined by light and electron gastric pits lead into glands that are extensively coiled in the proximal stomach but become progressively shorter and straighter in the distal stomach.

The three types of gland are all located beneath the gastric pits within the gastric mucosa–the mucous membrane of the stomach. The gastric mucosa is pitted with innumerable gastric pits which each house gastric glands.

The cardiac glands are found in the cardia of the stomach which is the part nearest to the heart, enclosing the opening where the esophagus joins to the stomach. Helander, H. F.: Ultrastructure of fundus glands of the mouse gastric mucosa.

Ultrastructure Research, Suppl. 4, 7– (). Google Scholar —: Ultrastructure of secretory cells in the pyloric gland area of the mouse gastric mucosa. Ultrastructure Resea – (). Ultrastructure of fundus glands of the mouse gastric mucosa.

An electron microscopical study in fasted and refed animals with observations on ultrastructure after different fixation and embedding procedures. J Ultrastruct Res. May; Suppl – Hicks RM.

Limited to the gastric body and fundus. Concentrated within mucous neck region in antrum / pylorus 50% G cells, 30% enterochromaffin cells, 15% D cells, 5% other.

Scattered throughout oxyntic glands in body and fundus Majority enterochromaffin-like cells; minority enterochromaffin cells, X cells, D cells. Gastric mucosa - general. In the course of electron microscopic investigations of the fundus mucosa of the mouse stomach, a few cells of an unknown type were found by chance in the deep portions of the glands.

These cells are characterized by two different kinds of specific granules in their cytoplasm, one of which being large and less dense, and the other one being. Gastric Glands in the fundus (body) of the stomach. The epithelium of the mucosa of the fundus and body of the stomach forms invaginations called gastric lamina propria contains gastric glands, which open into the bases of the gastric glands are responsible for the synthesis and secretion of the gastric juice.

The lining epithelium of the stomach, and gastric pits is. Ultrastructure of fundus glands of the mouse gastric mucosa. An electron microscopical study in fasted and refed animals with observations on ultrastructure after different fixation and embedding procedures. HELANDER HF.

J Ultrastruct Res, Suppl01 May Cited by: 12 articles |. Helander, H.F.: Ultrastructure and function of gastric mucoid and zymogen cells in the rat during development. Gastroenterol 53–70 () Google Scholar Hunt, T.E.: Mitotic activity in the gastric mucosa of the rat after fasting and refeeding.Gastric mucosa.

The inner surface of the stomach is lined by a mucous membrane known as the gastric mucosa. The mucosa is always covered by a layer of thick mucus that is secreted by tall columnar epithelial cells. Gastric mucus is a glycoprotein that serves two purposes: the lubrication of food masses in order to facilitate movement within the stomach and the formation of a protective layer.The stomach is a muscular, hollow organ in the gastrointestinal tract of humans and many other animals, including several stomach has a dilated structure and functions as a vital digestive organ.

In the digestive system the stomach is involved in the second phase of digestion, following performs a chemical breakdown due to enzymes and hydrochloric acid.