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Pathology of asthma
Jeffery PK. Br Med Bull 1992 - Review. PMID 1617392
There is fragility of the airway surface epithelium and thickening of epithelial reticular basement membrane. Bronchial vessel dilation, congestion and oedema, an intense inflammatory cell infiltrate and enlargement of the mass of bronchial smooth muscle, and mucus-secreting gland each contribute to thickening of the airway wall. ...The fragility and loss of surface epithelium, thickening of its underlying reticular layer and the presence of an inflammatory infiltrate, comprising activated T lymphocytes together with 'activated' and secreting eosinophils, are early events seen in biopsies of subjects with mild stable atopic asthma....
There is fragility of the airway surface epithelium and thickening of epithelial reticular basement membrane. Bronchial vessel dilati …
Quick-freeze/deep-etch electron microscopy visualization of the mouse posterior pole
Ismail EN, et al. Exp Eye Res 2017. PMID 28629927 Free PMC article.
The aim of this study was to create a comprehensive map of the ultrastructure of the mouse posterior pole using the quick-freeze/deep-etch method (QFDE). ...A total of 18 eyes from aged C57BL6/J mice were enucleated and the posterior poles were processed, either intact or with the retinal pigment epithelium (RPE) cell layer removed, for imaging by either QFDE or cTEM. ...
The aim of this study was to create a comprehensive map of the ultrastructure of the mouse posterior pole using the quick-freeze/deep …
Ultrastructure of the putative stem cell niche in rat mammary epithelium.
Chepko G and Dickson RB. Tissue Cell 2003. PMID 12747930
The hormones of the estrous cycle, pregnancy and lactation that initiate growth in mouse mammary epithelium appear to act at a paracrine level to regulate mitosis through Notch receptors. Previous work has established that the putative stem cells of the mammary epithelium in several animal species reside near the basement membrane and never make contact with the ductal lumen. ...
The hormones of the estrous cycle, pregnancy and lactation that initiate growth in mouse mammary epithelium appear to act at a paracr …
Airway morphology: epithelium/basement membrane.
Laitinen A and Laitinen LA. Am J Respir Crit Care Med 1994 - Review. PMID 7952583
Perhaps a more important aspect than epithelial shedding is a more continuous replacement of the ciliated epithelium by another type of epithelium in asthmatic patients' airways during the early disease stage. The airway epithelial cells, their surface receptors, and the underlying basement membrane seem to play an important role in maintaining the structural integrity of the epithelium and establishing functional permeability barriers. ...
Perhaps a more important aspect than epithelial shedding is a more continuous replacement of the ciliated epithelium by another type …
Collagens of basement membranes
Sage H. J Invest Dermatol 1982 - Review. PMID 7045245 Free article.
Ultrastructurally it has been shown to be a specific component of the lamina densa. Type V collagen has been localized to the pericellular matrices of several cells types and may be specific for extramembranous structures which are closely associated with basal laminae. ...
Ultrastructurally it has been shown to be a specific component of the lamina densa. Type V collagen has been localized to the pericel
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