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Studies on the structure and distribution of immunoglobulin A-containing cells in the gut of the pig

, : Studies on the structure and distribution of immunoglobulin A-containing cells in the gut of the pig. Journal of Anatomy 109(Pt 3): 385-395

Selected areas of the gastro-intestinal tract of the pig were studied using histochemical, immunohistochemical and ultrastructural techniques. Intra-epithelial glycoprotein aggregates were identified in glands of the pyloric antrum, in Brunner's glands, and in intestinal mucous membrane where some plasma cells were also PAS-positive.


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