A few goblet cells
(mucus-secreting) in the proximal and middle regions, increasing in quantity in the distal section, were observed in the intestinal mucus (Table 1).
Sox2 is required for maintenance and differentiation of bronchiolar Clara, ciliated, and goblet cells
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2) was characterized by a single layer of simple, uniform columnar cells of approximately 60-70 [micro]m in thickness, interspersed sporadically with large goblet cells
containing neutral and acidic mucins.
As has been reported previously [5, 27-29], upon repeated administration some [gamma]-secretase inhibitors produce mechanism-based Notch-related side effects including a reduction in thymus weight and an increase in goblet cell
hyperplasia in the intestine.
We also examined goblet cell
hyperplasia in these mice.
Absent goblet cells
. Often only few loose clumps of cells were obtainable.
This study both described the population of GC and their biochemical characteristics in upper airways of healthy rabbits and lead us to suggest that goblet cells
participate actively in the course of respiratory disease in rabbits.
Finisher phase, Goblet cell
count, Growth performance, Lymphoid organs, MOS.
Mucin 2 (MUC2), a mucin family glycoprotein, has been located in the cytoplasm of goblet cells
including small intestine, colon, bronchus, salivary gland, conjunctiva of the eye, but not in normal gastric mucosa.
E, Glands with mixture of cells containing abundant, tall apical mucin, goblet cells
and mucin-poor eosinophilic cytoplasm, with nuclear grade ranging from low to high.
The goblet cells
numbers (GCN) were identified by periodic acid-schiff stain .
Bulbar conjunctiva, palpebral conjunctiva, and lacrimal gland samples were examined histologically for inflammatory cells and goblet cells
using hematoxylin and eosin stain and periodic acid-Schiff slides.