Electron immunohistochemical evidence for the human intestinal I cell as the source of CCK

A. M J Buchan, J. M. Polak, E. Solcia, C. Capella, D. Hudson, A. G. Pearse

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Abstract

Evidence was obtained by the use of alternate semithin-thin serial sections for light and electron microscopy that the I cell is the source of CCK-PZ. The antibodies used were raised to a synthetic fragment of the mid part (9-20) of the (1-33) CCK-PZ molecule, and were thus free from any contamination with cross-reacting subpopulations of antibodies that might bind to gastrin.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)403-407
Number of pages5
JournalGut
Volume19
Issue number5
Publication statusPublished - 1978

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Electrons
Antibodies
Cholecystokinin
Gastrins
Electron Microscopy
Light

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Buchan, A. M. J., Polak, J. M., Solcia, E., Capella, C., Hudson, D., & Pearse, A. G. (1978). Electron immunohistochemical evidence for the human intestinal I cell as the source of CCK. Gut, 19(5), 403-407.

Electron immunohistochemical evidence for the human intestinal I cell as the source of CCK. / Buchan, A. M J; Polak, J. M.; Solcia, E.; Capella, C.; Hudson, D.; Pearse, A. G.

In: Gut, Vol. 19, No. 5, 1978, p. 403-407.

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Buchan, AMJ, Polak, JM, Solcia, E, Capella, C, Hudson, D & Pearse, AG 1978, 'Electron immunohistochemical evidence for the human intestinal I cell as the source of CCK', Gut, vol. 19, no. 5, pp. 403-407.
Buchan AMJ, Polak JM, Solcia E, Capella C, Hudson D, Pearse AG. Electron immunohistochemical evidence for the human intestinal I cell as the source of CCK. Gut. 1978;19(5):403-407.
Buchan, A. M J ; Polak, J. M. ; Solcia, E. ; Capella, C. ; Hudson, D. ; Pearse, A. G. / Electron immunohistochemical evidence for the human intestinal I cell as the source of CCK. In: Gut. 1978 ; Vol. 19, No. 5. pp. 403-407.
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