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Ultrastructure of Helicobacter pylori in human gastric mucosa and H. pylori-infected human gastric mucosa using transmission electron microscopy and the high-pressure freezing-freeze substitution technique.
Liu Y, et al. J Gastroenterol 2006. PMID 16868805
BACKGROUND: Conventional ultrastructural analyses of Helicobacter pylori and H. pylori-infected gastric mucosa by transmission electron microscopy (TEM) have limitations because of structural artifacts introduced during fixation. METHODS: We used high-pressure freezing (HPF) followed by freeze substitution for TEM to investigate the ultrastructure of H. pylori and H. pylori-infected gastric mucosa. ...
BACKGROUND: Conventional ultrastructural analyses of Helicobacter pylori and H. pylori-infected gastric mucosa by transmission …
Ultrastructure and molecular biological changes of chronic gastritis, gastric cancer and gastric precancerous lesions: a comparative study.
Yin GY, et al. World J Gastroenterol 2003. PMID 12679947 Free PMC article.
AIM: To carry out a comparative study on ultrastructure and molecular biological changes of chronic gastritis (CG), gastric cancer (GC) aand gastric precancerous lesions. METHODS: By the use of histochemical staining, SEM with EDAX, TEM with EDAX, image analysis technique, RIA and chemiluminescence method, gastric mucosa of 168 patients were synchronously analyzed in morphology, trace elements, DNA, cAMP, SOD, (3)H-TdR LCT and serum LPO were also done. ...
AIM: To carry out a comparative study on ultrastructure and molecular biological changes of chronic gastritis (CG), gastric cancer (G …
[Effect of Weikangfu granule on ultrastructure of gastric mucosa in patients of precancerosis with spleen deficiency syndrome].
Yin G, et al. Zhongguo Zhong Xi Yi Jie He Za Zhi 2000. PMID 11789171 Chinese.
OBJECTIVE: To observe the effect of Weikangfu Granule (WKFG) on the ultrastructure of gastric mucosa. METHODS: WKFG was used to treat 61 patients with gastric mucosa intestinal metaplasia or atypical proliferation, and histopathological and ultrastructural examination on gastric mucosa of antral region obtained through gastroscopy were conducted before and after treatment. ...CONCLUSION: WKFG improves the quantitative balance of internal bioactive substances to maintain the homeostasis, promotes the ultrastructural normalization of mucosa so as to cure the clinical symptoms and reverse the intestinal metaplasia and atypical proliferation of mucosa....
OBJECTIVE: To observe the effect of Weikangfu Granule (WKFG) on the ultrastructure of gastric mucosa. METHODS: WKFG was used t …
Organ culture of human gastric mucosa and gastric cancers. 1. Morphological aspects.
Wilson NW and Macartney JC. J Pathol 1986. PMID 3794865
An organ culture system for explants of human gastric mucosa and gastric cancer from surgical resection specimens is described. Pyloric mucosa has been successfully maintained in vitro for up to 120 h, and gastric carcinoma for up to 48 h. Morphological preservation by light and electron microscopy was good, although some simplification of the glandular pattern occurred in normal mucosa with longer periods of in vitro culture. [3H]-thymidine and [3H]-leucine uptake was assessed by autoradiography, and patterns of uptake resembled those described in vivo in normal gastric mucosa and gastric intestinal metaplasia. ...
An organ culture system for explants of human gastric mucosa and gastric cancer from surgical resection specimens is de …
The gastric mucosa in portal hypertension: structural and ultrastructural observations.
Drăghia A, et al. Rom J Morphol Embryol 2010. PMID 20495742 Free article.
The gastric mucosal lesions represent a frequent cause of hemorrhage in the portal hypertension (PHG) and in the hepatic cirrhosis. ...The cells of mucosa show graded alterative transformations. In the gastric mucosa, some of the chief (enzymatic) cells present a quasi-normal histological organization; others increased alterations such as irregular and heterochromatic nuclei, fewer cytoplasm organelles, numerous clear vesicles and heterogeneous lysosomes. ...
The gastric mucosal lesions represent a frequent cause of hemorrhage in the portal hypertension (PHG) and in the hepatic cirrh …
Microstructure Features of Proventriculus and Ultrastructure of the Gastric Gland Cells in Chinese Taihe Black-bone Silky Fowl (Gallus gallus domesticus Brisson).
Zhang H, et al. Anat Histol Embryol 2016. PMID 25430887
The wall of the Taihe BSF proventriculus was consisted of four layers, the mucous, submucosa, muscularis externa and the serosa as others birds. The muscularis externa of the birds' proventriculus contained three layers. Much of the melanin was present in loose connective tissue of lamina propria, submucosa, and muscularis externa unlike others. ...
The wall of the Taihe BSF proventriculus was consisted of four layers, the mucous, submucosa, muscularis externa and the seros …
Ultrastructure of endocrine-like cells in lamina propria of human gastric mucosa.
Stachura J, et al. Gut 1981. PMID 7262629 Free PMC article.
Endocrine cells of gastric and gut mucosa are commonly thought to be present only within mucosal glands. In a previous report, we described argyrophilic cells in the lamina propria in 40% of surgical gastric specimens, using light microscopy. ...
Endocrine cells of gastric and gut mucosa are commonly thought to be present only within mucosal glands. In a previous …
Ultrastructure of the gastric mucosa harboring Campylobacter-like organisms.
Chen XG, et al. Am J Clin Pathol 1986. PMID 2430450
The association between Campylobacter-like organisms (CLOs) and lesions of the gastric mucosa was studied in 59 consecutive biopsies. ...
The association between Campylobacter-like organisms (CLOs) and lesions of the gastric mucosa was studied in 59 consecutive bi …
Six types of intraepithelial vacuoles in the human gastric mucosa.
Rubio CA and Kato Y. Pathol Res Pract 1988. PMID 2458579
Two types of goblet cells are classically described in the literature as markers of intestinal or colonic metaplasia of the gastric mucosa. ...The occurrence of various types of intraepithelial vacuoles in the gastric mucosa should be borne in mind in the histological differential diagnosis of intestinal metaplasia in the gastric mucosa in H & E routine examinations....
Two types of goblet cells are classically described in the literature as markers of intestinal or colonic metaplasia of the gastric
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