Paper - The development and regeneration of the gastric glandular epithelium during foetal life and after birth

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Sewall H. The development and regeneration of the gastric glandular epithelium during foetal life and after birth. (1878) J Physiol. 25;1(4-5): 321-426. PMID 16991261

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This historic paper by Sewall published in 1879 briefly describes the development of sheep stomach.

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The Development and Regeneration of the Gastric Glandular Epithelium during Foetal Life and after Birth

By HENRY SEWALL, B.Sc.,Fellow of the Johns Hopkin8 University, Baltimore, U.S.A. (P1.XII.)