Relative Frequency and Regional Distribution of Enteroendocrine cells in small and large intestine of goat

Saffia Kareem Alumare

Abstract


Some parts of the intestinal tract, which involve in secretion of certain hormones that regulate significant organs of the body, the purpose of the research to study the site endocrine cell in small intestine & colon in goat, the present study included 5 specimens of intestine goat from the ages ranging from 1-5 years to determine the site endocrine cells in the parts of intestine examined via using immunohistochemistry procedure material.
It was used immunohistochemistry textile technology and (ChromograinnA), which is a special detector Endocrine intestinal cells, three types of hormones. Immune chemical assessment in the mucous layer duodenum and the presence of hormones, 'glucose insulin tropic polypeptide(GIP) results showed (GIP) and glucagon-like peptide2 (GLP-2)' in epithelial cells collection along the internal axis of the villi , the cells appeared triangular or slender shape indicate that they are enter ondocrine cell chemical immunological consequences for many of the sections shown note chromogranin A detector chiefly for intestinal endocrine cells, the cells that have hormones (GIP) , glucose insulin tropic polypeptide and glucagon peptide GLP-1) containing this reagent representative confirm the site of these cells, a gastric endocrine cells ,the result attendance that presence the GIP was in the duodenal region higher than ilium & jejunum while the GLP-1/ GIP-2 was clear to a large extent in colon and obtrusive in ilium .

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