submucosal glands

submucosal glands

glands of the lamina epithelialis mucosae which perforate the lamina muscularis, with their adenomeres located in the submucosal connective tissue.
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Between the bases of the villi are numerous simple tubular intestinal glands, while in the duodenum there are also submucosal glands.
MUC5AC is the principal mucin produced by goblet cells, and MUC5B is produced by submucosal glands (18).
In the human respiratory system, CBS/CSE have been detected in nasal mucosa [92, 93], submucosal glands [92, 93], and human H441 airway epithelial cells [33].
The tissue analysis also demonstrated that most of the mass consisted of multiple cysts lined with respiratory mucosa and underlying submucosal glands and goblet cells.
The mucus produced by these larger and more numerous goblet cells and submucosal glands is more abundant and more viscous than normal.
Because leiomyosarcomas are considered to be derived from aberrant undifferentiated mesenchymal tissue, smooth muscles on the vascular wall, and myoepithelial cells in the submucosal glands [6], they can develop anywhere in the nasal and paranasal sinus areas.
These pseudodiverticula represent dilated excretory ducts of deep submucosal glands of the esophagus.
Furthermore, the vector can introduce genes to not only apical surfaces but also submucosal glands where CFTR primarily expresses.
14) It is believed that this mucosal damage leads to scarring and eventual occlusion of the ducts of the submucosal glands.
The team's detailed cellular assays uncovered chromic bronchitis, inflamed bronchial submucosal glands and microscopic holes -- subtle but "pretty severe" lung damage that would elude detection by most coroners, Sherwin says.
6) In patients with hypertropied inferior turbinate the superficial layer of lamina propria is significantly increased in size and there is increase in the submucosal glands & venous sinusoids.
We also evaluated virus attachment to submucosal glands.