''Immunohistological study of localization of Enteroendocrine cells in the small intestine in the Iraqi buffalo''

Abdularazzaq Baqer kadhim, Hanaa Kareem Ali, Raad Shaalan Ibrahim

Abstract


a small number of parts of the intestinal tract, which slot in  recreation a vital and main role in the secretion of persuaded hormones that control significant organs of the body. The aim of this study is to look at the site of endocrine cells in small intestine in Iraqi buffalo . The regions anywhere endocrine cells in the intestine layer of the five Iraqi buffalo  examined via using immunohistochemistry process material. Specimens were taken start five animals from the ages ranging from 3-5 years. It was used immunohistochemistry fabric technology and (ChromograinnA), which is a special detector Endocrine intestinal cells, four 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    cholecystokinin (CCK) glucagon-like peptide2 (GLP-2)'   in epithelial cells collection along the internal axis of the villi, 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 cholecystokinin(CCK)  and glucagon peptide GLP-1 \ 2)) containing this reagent representative confirm the  site of these cells, a gastric endocrine cells . The attendance of these hormones in the intestine layer   decreases as we move away from the duodenum.


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