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Ultrastructure of enterochromaffin cells and associated neural and vascular elements in the mouse duodenum.
Wade PR and Westfall JA. Cell Tissue Res 1985. PMID 4028141
Enterochromaffin cells of adult mouse duodenum were studied with light- and electron-microscopical techniques. They were distinguished from other enteroendocrine cells by their pleomorphic, electron-dense secretory granules in the basal cytoplasm. ...Possible functions of enterochromaffin cells are discussed in the light of recent literature on the system of enteroendocrine cells, also known as APUD (amine precursor uptake and decarboxylation) cells and/or paraneurons....
Enterochromaffin cells of adult mouse duodenum were studied with light- and electron-microscopical techniques. They were disti
Selective sparing of enterochromaffin cells in graft versus host disease affecting the colonic mucosa.
Lampert IA, et al. Histopathology 1985. PMID 4054846
There is a selective sparing of enterochromaffin cells in the majority of cases. As a consequence, single as well as small clumps of enterochromaffin cells are to be seen in the sites formerly occupied by the destroyed crypt epithelium. The reason for this phenomenon is unclear, but it may be related to the fact that the enterochromaffin cells are end-stage and non-proliferating cells. ...
There is a selective sparing of enterochromaffin cells in the majority of cases. As a consequence, single as well as small clu …
Distinct morphology of serotonin-containing enterochromaffin (EC) cells in the rat distal colon.
Kuramoto H, et al. Arch Histol Cytol 2007. PMID 18296824 Free article.
The present study was performed to examine the distribution and distinct morphology of the serotonin-containing enterochromaffin (EC) cells in the rat distal colon by immunohistochemical and electron microscopic methods. ...The cell bodies and processes directly faced the crypt epithelial cells - including the enterocytes and goblet cells on one side and the basement membrane on the opposite side. ...
The present study was performed to examine the distribution and distinct morphology of the serotonin-containing enterochromaffin (EC) …
Extraepithelial enterochromaffin cells and Schwann cells in the human appendix.
Millikin PD. Arch Pathol Lab Med 1983. PMID 6687539
To test earlier theories on the subject, extraepithelial enterochromaffin (EEEC) cells were sought in the mucosa of 500 appendixes and in the solid axial cores of 283 others whose lumina were obliterated over part or all of their lengths. ...Therefore, because they occur so frequently in nonepithelial locations, enterochromaffin cells can no longer be considered as exclusively epithelial. ...
To test earlier theories on the subject, extraepithelial enterochromaffin (EEEC) cells were sought in the mucosa of 500 append …
Do enterochromaffin (EC) cells contain motilin?
Kobayashi S, et al. Arch Histol Jpn 1980. PMID 7416917
Enterochromaffin cells were identified by Masson-Hamperl's silver impregnation method. Results obtained were summarized as follows. 1. ...No motilin cells were found in the stomach, colon, rectum and pancreas. 2. In contrast, enterochromaffin cells were found in the stomach and pancreas as well as in the whole intestine. 3. ...
Enterochromaffin cells were identified by Masson-Hamperl's silver impregnation method. Results obtained were summarized as fol
Immunoelectron cytochemical localization of motilin in human duodenal enterochromaffin cells.
Heitz PU, et al. Gastroenterology 1978. PMID 344128
Two types of enterochromaffin cells can be demonstrated in the human duodenal mucosa by means of the Masson-Fontana reaction for argentaffinity applied to ultrathin sections. ...It is concluded that at least two types of enterochromaffin cells exist in the human gut mucosa and that they produce at least one biogenic amine as well as two peptides. ...
Two types of enterochromaffin cells can be demonstrated in the human duodenal mucosa by means of the Masson-Fontana reaction f …
Isolation, functional characterization, and transcriptome of Mastomys ileal enterochromaffin cells.
Kidd M, et al. Am J Physiol Gastrointest Liver Physiol 2006. PMID 16455786 Free article.
Although the enterochromaffin (EC) cell is one of the primary neuroendocrine regulatory cells of the small intestine, the lack of a purified cell system has precluded characterization of the cell and limited precise physiological evaluation. ...GeneChip Affymetrix profiling of FACS-sorted cells was undertaken to obtain the EC cell transcriptome. FACS produced a >70-fold enrichment of EC cells with a serotonin content of 240 +/- 22 ng/mg protein. ...
Although the enterochromaffin (EC) cell is one of the primary neuroendocrine regulatory cells of the small intestine, the lack …
Immunoelectron microscopic study of the luminal release of chromogranin A from rat enterochromaffin cells.
Okumiya K and Fujimiya M. Histochem Cell Biol 1999. PMID 10219624
Recently we found that raising the intraluminal pressure caused an increase in the luminal release of serotonin from enterochromaffin (EC) cells and serotonin immunoreactivity normally restricted within the secretory granules was diffusely scattered over the extragranular matrix. ...These results suggest that EC cells may release chromogranin A into the intestinal lumen together with serotonin, by means of a different manner of secretion from that in serotonin....
Recently we found that raising the intraluminal pressure caused an increase in the luminal release of serotonin from enterochromaffin
Effects of long-term hypergastrinaemia on the ultrastructure of enterochromaffin-like cells in the stomach of the rat, hamster and guinea pig.
Böttcher G, et al. Cell Tissue Res 1989. PMID 2659189
The present report describes the ultrastructure of the enterochromaffin-like (ECL) cells in the stomach of the rat, hamster and guinea pig, and the ultrastructural consequences of long-term hypergastrinaemia evoked either by continuous infusion of synthetic human (Leu15)-gastrin-17 for 4 weeks (rats) or by daily treatment with large doses of the antisecretory agent omeprazole for 2-10 weeks (rats, hamsters and guinea pigs). ...The observations support the view that ECL cells are influenced by gastrin. The effects of gastrin infusion and of omeprazole treatment on ECL cell ultrastructure were not completely identical. ...
The present report describes the ultrastructure of the enterochromaffin-like (ECL) cells in the stomach of the rat, ham …
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