Paneth

Pa·neth

(pah'net),
Josef, physician in Hapsburg Empire, 1857-1890. See: Paneth granular cells.
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Eric Kreuter, PhD, CPA, CGMA, CFE, is a partner in the advisory services group at Marks Paneth LLP, New York, N.
In his conversations with Josef Paneth, a Jewish friend of Sigmund Freud, he denied involvement with Wagner's anti-Semitism or racism more generally, and at times emphasized a more positive assessment of the Jewish contributions to German civilization, but probably without being entirely genuine (114).
By characterizing gene expression from 13,102 single cells, Yan and colleagues were able to show that Lgr5- control cells represented differentiated cell types of the small intestinal lineages, including Paneth, goblet, enteroendocrine, enterocyte, pre-enterocyte, and tuft cells.
Prostatic NETs include the following: 1) usual prostatic adenocarcinoma (PA) with neuroendocrine differentiation, 2) adenocarcinoma Paneth cell-like neuroendocrine differentiation, 3) carcinoid tumor, 4) small cell carcinoma, and 5) mixed neuroendocrine differentiation-acinar adenocarcinoma (2).
Rosenbaum P, Paneth N, Leviton A, Goldstein M, Bax M, Damiano D, et al.
MARKS PANETH ACQUIRES NEW YORK ENTERTAINMENT-FOCUSED TAX PRACTICE, SHEDLER AND COHEN
Ne'eman, a scion of a rabbinical family from Hungary, named after his great-grandfather Rabbi Yaakov Paneth, made his public name as a prominent lawyer, an adviser to Prime Ministers, and a Minister of Finance and Justice.
Glands of the small intestines contain paneth cells, enteroendocrine cells, M cells, and stem cells in addition to enterocytes and goblet cells
The crypt epithelium consists Paneth cells, crypt base columnar cells, oligomucous cells and a few granulated enteroendocrine cells.
The term Paneth cell-like change has been used to describe distinctive eosinophilic neuroendocrine cells that can be seen in benign prostate glands, high-grade prostatic intraepithelial neoplasia, intraductal carcinoma, and usual acinar adenocarcinoma of the prostate (Figure 3, B).
For instance, NOD2-dependent responses to bacterial peptidoglycan fragments can promote Paneth cells to express antimicrobial cryptdin peptides.