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TFF2 is expressed in mucous neck cells, pyloric glands, and Brunner's glands, while intestinal trefoil factor (TFF3) is mainly expressed in goblet cells of the small and large intestines (Hoffmann et al.
On d-35 the underlying mechanism involved in increased acidic natured goblet cell population in the ileum is not clear; however, it may be in response to the high microbial population in that segment compared to the upper segments.
05% cyclosporine to increase conjunctival goblet cells density, decreased expression of immune activation markers, apoptosis markers and inflammatory cytokines.
Mucus is renewed by mucins secreted by goblet cells for every few hours.
Research has found that patients with dry eye disease have a significant reduction in goblet cell density when compared with normal, healthy eyes.
6, small intestine of the two groups were evaluated for any histopathology changes including goblet cell depletion, necrosis and increase in number of apoptotic cells which were compared between two groups.
1% extract-treated groups achieved higher goblet cell densities than the EDE and BSS-treated groups.
Caption: Figure 3: High magnification histopathology image showing goblet cells with pseudostratification and low-grade dysplasia.
Circumferences of all airways were measured and goblet cell numbers in these areas were recorded.
The other case had adenocarcinoma with mucin production and serrated features, moderately differentiated morphology, and no overt goblet cell features (Table 2).