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Figure 1. Cytoarchitecture of newly formed islets from human fetal pancreas.
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==Pancreatic Islet - Endocrine Cells==
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Cytoarchitecture of newly formed islets from human fetal pancreas
  
A–C: Section of adult mouse pancreas stained for glucagon (green) and insulin (red).  
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'''A–C:''' Section of adult mouse pancreas stained for glucagon (green) and insulin (red).  
  
D–F: Section of an adult human pancreas stained for glucagon (green) and insulin (red).  
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'''D–F:''' Section of an adult human pancreas stained for glucagon (green) and insulin (red).  
  
G–I: Section of a human fetal pancreas analyzed 4.5 months after transplantation and stained for glucagon (green) and insulin (red). Nuclear staining (blue) was performed with DAPI.  
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'''G–I:''' Section of a human fetal pancreas analyzed 4.5 months after transplantation and stained for glucagon (green) and insulin (red). Nuclear staining (blue) was performed with DAPI.  
  
 
Scale bars: 25 µm.
 
Scale bars: 25 µm.
  
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Beta cells within single human islets originate from multiple progenitors. Scharfmann R, Xiao X, Heimberg H, Mallet J, Ravassard P. PLoS One. 2008;3(10):e3559. Epub 2008 Oct 29. PMID: 18958289
 
  
Citation: Scharfmann R, Xiao X, Heimberg H, Mallet J, Ravassard P (2008) Beta Cells within Single Human Islets Originate from Multiple Progenitors. PLoS ONE 3(10): e3559. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0003559
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'''Links:''' [[:File:Human- pancreatic adult islet.jpg|Islet]] | [[:File:Human- pancreatic adult islet-insulin.jpg|Insulin]] | [[:File:Human-_pancreatic_adult_islet-glucagon.jpg|Glucagon]] | [[:File:Pancreatic_islet.png|original image panel]] | {{pancreas}}
  
Editor: Tailoi Chan-Ling, University of Sydney, Australia
 
  
Received: February 5, 2008; Accepted: October 9, 2008; Published: October 29, 2008
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===Reference===
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{{#pmid:18958289}}
  
Copyright: © 2008 Scharfmann et al. This is an open-access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original author and source are credited.
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====Copyright====
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© 2008 Scharfmann et al. This is an open-access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original author and source are credited.
  
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[[Category:Endocrine]] [[Category:Pancreas]]
 
[[Category:Endocrine]] [[Category:Pancreas]]

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Pancreatic Islet - Endocrine Cells

Cytoarchitecture of newly formed islets from human fetal pancreas

A–C: Section of adult mouse pancreas stained for glucagon (green) and insulin (red).

D–F: Section of an adult human pancreas stained for glucagon (green) and insulin (red).

G–I: Section of a human fetal pancreas analyzed 4.5 months after transplantation and stained for glucagon (green) and insulin (red). Nuclear staining (blue) was performed with DAPI.

Scale bars: 25 µm.


Links: Islet | Insulin | Glucagon | original image panel | pancreas


Reference

Scharfmann R, Xiao X, Heimberg H, Mallet J & Ravassard P. (2008). Beta cells within single human islets originate from multiple progenitors. PLoS ONE , 3, e3559. PMID: 18958289 DOI.

Copyright

© 2008 Scharfmann et al. This is an open-access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original author and source are credited.

Original File name: Figure 1. Journal.pone.0003559.g001.png


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