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|Series||Acta pathologica et microbiologica Scandinavica., 149|
|LC Classifications||QH499 .A58|
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|Number of Pages||84|
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Cell death and cell proliferation in the regeneration of rat submandibular glands Article in Journal of Oral Pathology and Medicine 33(1) February with . Alho A () Regeneration capacity of the submandibular gland in rat and mouse. Acta Pathol Microbiol [Suppl] 11– Google ScholarCited by: This study investigated the morphological changes in rat submandibular glands undergoing compensatory hyperplasia. Fifteen adult male rats underwent . Srinivasan R, Chang WW () The development of the granular convoluted duct in the rat submandibular gland. Anat Rec –39 ; Takahashi S, Shinzato K, Nakamura S, Domon T, Yamamoto T, Wakita M () Cell death and cell proliferation in the regeneration of atrophied rat submandibular glands after duct by:
T1 - Regeneration of submandibular salivary gland autografted in the rat tongue. AU - Sharawy, Mohamed M.H. AU - O'Dell, Norris L. PY - /1/1. Y1 - /1/1. N2 - Autologous SMG fragments were implanted in tongues of male rats which were sacrificed 15–20 min, 24 hr, 72 hr, 1 week, or 8 weeks after by: Regeneration of submandibular gland autografts in sympathectomized rats. O'Dell NL(1), Sharawy M, Richardson MC, Pennington CB. Author information: (1)Department of Oral Biology, Medical College of Georgia, Augusta This morphologic study compares the regenerative response in submandibular gland (SMG) autografts placed in the tongues of Cited by: 3. The salivary glands of the rat include three major paired and several minor glands. The major glands are the parotid, submaxillary (submandibular or mandibular), and major sublingual. The minor glands, which are not seen grossly, include the . Summary. A protocol for the cannulation of the mouse submandibular salivary gland via the Wharton's duct is described. For this experiment, the trypan blue solution is used as a dyer to demonstrate how this technique effectively delivers infusions into the targeted gland, and to suggest the reliability of this new approach as a potential clinical drug/cell therapy for the Cited by: 4.
Others attribute the small amount of amylase in the rat submandibular gland to the amount found in glandular blood, resulting from production in liver and pancreas (Schneyer and Schneyer, ). The secretory granules of mature seromucous submandibular gland acinar cells can be identified with alcian blue and/or mucicarmine stains (Redman, ). Single-dose cervical irradiation by cobalt 60 in rats induced lasting functional disturbances of the submandibular gland which were excessive when compaired with the relative integrity of the gland as seen under the light microscope. Enzyme histochemical and ultrastructural studies revealed severe damage shortly after exposure with appearance of Cited by: Create. Make social videos in an instant: use custom templates to tell the right story for your business. A rapid, simple, and humane method for submandibular bleeding of mice using a lancet William T. Golde, PhD 1, Peter Gollobin 2 & Luis L. Rodriguez, DVM, PhD 1 Methods for obtaining blood samples from mice tend to be difficult, inhumane, or by: