Journal article

Phenotypic identity of gastric mucous neck cells and mucous cells of cardiac, pyloric, and Brunner's glands.

NR Hughes, PS Bhathal, DM Francis

Journal of Clinical Pathology | Published : 1994

Abstract

AIM: To investigate the tissue specificity of a novel monoclonal antibody raised to a tissue fraction of normal human liver and which identified certain cells of gastric and duodenal mucosa. METHODS: A total of 155 samples of various tissues obtained from 100 surgical specimens were fixed in cold ethanol-paraformaldehyde, embedded in paraffin wax, and 3 microns sections were studied by immunohistochemical and lectin staining procedures. RESULTS: Immunohistochemical staining showed a major tissue specific component which was strongly expressed by mucous neck cells of the body of the stomach, glands of the cardia and pyloric antrum, and by Brunner's glands. Staining for antigen in the periduct..

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