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Table V.- Effect of dietary MOS on villus height, crypt depth and goblet cells count of broiler birds during finisher phase.
In conclusion, MUC2 positivity is unique in goblet cells in patients with BE, but it is not the only marker.
Goblet cell carcinoid tumors are located between carcinoid tumors and well-differentiated adenocarcinomas in terms of prognosis (6).
Masli, "Conjunctival epithelial and goblet cell function in chronic inflammation and ocular allergic inflammation," Current Opinion in Allergy and Clinical Immunology, vol.
In this study, we found that sevoflurane suppressed inflammatory cell recruitment to peribronchial regions and inhibited goblet cell hyperplasia.
Caption: Figure 6: Crypt length and goblet cells. Crypt length and goblet cell numbers were determined on paraffin sections of the rectum after periodic acid-Schiff staining (PAS).
Mucous oversecretion represented by the goblet cell hyperplasia was also observed in the OVA-induced injury group (Figure 4(a)(B)).
Expression of an epithelial cell marker, E-cadherin (Figure 1(e)), a goblet cell marker, MUC2 (Figure 1(f)), and a fibroblast marker, vimentin (Figure 1(g)) but not a myofibroblast marker, [alpha]-SMA (Figure 1(h)), was observed in these organoids.
All of cellular hyperplasia, goblet cell hypertrophy and degeneration, leukocytic infiltration, ciliary loss and degeneration, edema, and vascular dilatation were evaluated by two histologists blinded to group status.
Coste et al., "Relation of epidermal growth factor receptor expression to goblet cell hyperplasia in nasal polyps," Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology, vol.