have a variety of shapes [4, 5, 17], in H+E staining - a dark nucleus is surrounded by a bright, weakly stained cytoplasm.
The population of enteroendocrine cells
was less distal (smaller in the distal segments of the small intestine) in the two classes of animals studied.
are alternatively known as neuroendocrine cells and APUD cells because they were thought to originate from the neural crest.
2a:egfp, which drives expression of a membrane-bound GFP in enteroendocrine cells
in the intestinal epithelium (Ng et al.
Allergenic response has been shown to increase T cells, enteroendocrine cells
and mast cell secretions which may have a role in post infective IBS, food intolerances or chronic stress.
Consequences of Citrobacter rodentium infection on enteroendocrine cells
and the enteric nervous system in the mouse colon.
Heather Bara of Georgia Institute of Technology: Tissue Engineering a Pancreatic Substitute Based on Recombinant Enteroendocrine Cells
This feedback helps to fine-tune eating behavior, mood, blood glucose, digestive secretion, absorption, and gut motility via the production of serotonin and other neuropeptides by enteroendocrine cells
Gastric banding is "a purely restrictive procedure," while gastric bypass diverts nutrients to the distal small intestine, where enteroendocrine cells
secrete GLP-1, the researchers wrote.
produce hormones or peptides for digestion or chemical sensors for digestive reflexes.
Receptors for sweet taste are present on taste buds as well as enteroendocrine cells
of gastrointestinal tract.
Within 28 days, it resulted in the formation of three-dimensional tissue resembling fetal intestine that contained all the major intestinal cell types - including enterocytes, goblet, Paneth and enteroendocrine cells