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Studies on the pathology of dicrocoeliasis and fascioliasis in the goat. II. The histochemistry of bile-duct mucosubstances


, : Studies on the pathology of dicrocoeliasis and fascioliasis in the goat. II. The histochemistry of bile-duct mucosubstances. Acta Veterinaria Scandinavica 13(4): 563-574

In goats infected with Fasciola hepatica or Dicrocoelium dendriticum an increased secretion of mucosubstances by hyperplastic epithelial cells in the bile-duct walls was noted. The mucosubstances were characterized by periodate-reactive hydroxy groups and carboxyl and sulphate radicals. The carboxymucins consisted mainly of sialidase-labile sialomucins.

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