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When compared with the untreated group, the curative treatment groups showed less parietal cells. In the case of the negative control, parietal cells are apparently normal but the foveolar cells almost disappear.
reported VacA localization in mucous neck, chief, and parietal cells of HP-infected patients [38].
Parietal cell hyperplasia, glandular dilatation, and fundic gland polyps are a sequence of changes that are observed in patients on long-term PPI therapy.
In addition, we demonstrated a significant loss of parietal cells in the STZ diabetic rats.
Blood specimens were investigated for complete blood cell count folic acid vitamin B12 intrinsic factor parietal cell antibodies and holotranscoblamine II.
C, Multiphoton microscopy reveals individual gastric oxyntic glands that are separated by a mesh of collagen fibers at the deeper part of the mucosal layer ([greater than or equal to] 60 m depth) D, The corresponding light-microscopic image shows there are chief cells and parietal cells in each gastric gland (hematoxylin-eosin, original magnifications x400 [B and D]).
Therefore, when we take in vitamin [B.sub.12], the parietal cells release this protein and binds with it, hydrochloric acid, and an enzyme called pepsin.
On the other hand, duration of exposure to high plasma concentration of PPIs is longer in PMs and the proton pumps in parietal cells remain inactivated for longer period resulting in higher pH and a better therapeutic outcome (27-36).
In the trained group, parietal cells connected to cells in two brain areas that weren't accessed by those cells in untrained animals.
Immunologically, the hallmark of pernicious anemia is the presence of autoantibodies to gastric parietal cells (AGPA), proton pump (H+K+ATPase), and to the cobalamin-absorbing protein, intrinsic factor.
Histamine is produced from mast cells or histamine-containing cells similar to mast cells, which lie close to the parietal cells. There is a steady basal release of histamine, which can be increased by gastrin and acetylcholine.