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Alongside with that there was moderate dystrophy of both superficial-foveolar epitheliocytes and mucous cells with distended nuclei.
In adult glands the protein is only expressed in mucous cells of both major and minor glands.
Surface mucous cells are renewed in about 3 days and the neck mucous cells in about one week.
Gills: Histologically gills were composed of primary and secondary lamellae and mucous cells.
Mucous cells were stained with Alcian Blue-Periodic Acid Schiff (AB/PAS) histologic stain (American MasterTech, Lodi, CA) following the manufacturer's instructions (Caramori et al.
Amongst these types, mucous cells marked by PAS technique are commonly found on the skin of other species of fish (Fujimoto et al.
A villiform growth pattern is observed containing goblet cells with mucous cells, Paneth cells and neuroendocrine cells.
It is also suggested that minute channels are present between the demilunes cells and the mucous cells, which join with the lumen of the acinus.
3,6) These tumors are usually composed of three cell types: (1) epidermoid cells with squamous differentiation, (2) mucous cells, and (3) intermediate cells, which may predominate.
Cr(VI) intoxication resulted into histopathological abnormalities in the gills with hyperplasia and hypertrophy of the respiratory epithelium, fusion of lamellae, and hypertrophy of mucous cells and necrosis of epithelial cells (Koca et al.
26) In contrast to our knowledge about physiologic epithelia (eg, respiratory, gastrointestinal, salivary, lacrimal, or sinonasal), expression patterns of mucin (MUC) proteins in metaplastic mucous cells found in the entities listed previously remain currently essentially unknown, and future work toward elucidating these will be needed.