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Mouse Pancreas Development
Remodeling of the pancreatic epithelial cell mass into polarized monolayers.
- Pancreatic sections from e10.5 to e15.5 embryos were examined by immunofluorescence using antibodies directed against E-cadherin, mucin-1 and laminin.
- Pancreatic development starts by the formation of a mass of non-polarized epithelial cells (e10.5-e11.5).
- This mass is then remodeled (e12.5-e13.5) and finally every epithelial cell become polarized, with its basal pole contacting laminin and its apical pole facing a lumen (e14.5-e15.5).
- * indicates the central duct, in connection with the duodenum.
Scale bar, 100 μm.
Original file name: 1471-213X-9-66-1.jpg
<pubmed>20003423</pubmed>| BMC Dev Biol.
Hick et al. BMC Developmental Biology 2009 9:66 doi:10.1186/1471-213X-9-66
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