Surface view of ciliated epithelium lining a section of a bronchus. The ciliated epithelium is broken up by several goblet cells and short microvilli. - Stock Image C005/8085
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TY - JOUR. T1 - Anion selectivity of the chloride-transport process in dog tracheal epithelium.. AU - Widdicombe, J. H.. AU - Welsh, M. J.. PY - 1980/9. Y1 - 1980/9. N2 - We have measured the fluxes of 82Br or 131I across short-circuited dog tracheal epithelium following complete replacement of chloride in the bathing medium by either bromide or iodide. In addition, we have partly replaced the bathing chloride with bromide, iodide, or thiocyanate and studied the effects of these anions on 36Cl fluxes. Our results show that the affinity sequence for the chloride transport process is I , Br congruent to Cl, that Br is transported, but that I is not. Thiocyanate is a potent inhibitor of chloride transport, and its effects are greater than those predicted by a simple competitive interaction with chloride for transport sites.. AB - We have measured the fluxes of 82Br or 131I across short-circuited dog tracheal epithelium following complete replacement of chloride in the bathing medium by either ...
Epithelium is usually classified according to two features: the number of cell layers and the shape of the cells of the more superficial layer. Simple epithelium is a single cell layer where all the cells are in contact with the underlying basal lamina and have an apical free surface. The shape of the cells can be flat (wider than high), cuboidal (as wide as high), or columnar (higher than wide). That is why simple epithelium may be named as simple squamous, simple cuboidal, and simple columnar, respectively. Pseudostratified epithelium contains cells contacting with the basal lamina, but not all of them show a free apical surface. Then, not all of the cells show the same height and the epithelium looks like it was stratified, but it is not. Stratified epithelium contains two or more layers of cells. Only cells of the deeper layer are in contact with the basal lamina and only cells of the upper layer show free surfaces. Stratified epithelium can be classified as squamous, cuboidal and columnar, ...
Mucosal epithelia are the first tissue sites of contact of HIV with the human body during the course of infection, and these play a critical role in determining its success in establishing systemic infection. We have shown that experimental disruption of tight junctions of mucosal epithelium may facilitate HIV transmission across mucosal epithelia by paracellular penetration, which requires no viral replication and, therefore, antiretroviral therapy would not be expected to block such transmission. Human papillomavirus (HPV) is the most common sexually transmitted agent of the mucosal epithelium. We have also shown that the tight junctions in HPV-infected epithelial anal lesions are disrupted, suggesting that HPV dissemination within the mucosal epithelium may increase the risk of HIV transmission. It is well documented that oncogenic type HPV-infected anogenital epithelial lesions contain elevated levels of proinflammatory cytokines, including interferon gamma (IFN-_) and tumor necrosis ...
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These produce adenosine triphosphate (ATP) for active transport. The combination of the plasma membrane enfolding and the concentration of mitochondria result in a striated appearance in some of the epithelial cells. CHAPTER 3 ■ 29 Epithelium and Glands Squamous epithelium Cuboidal epithelium Columnar epithelium Pseudostratified columnar epithelium A D. Cui Figure 3-1A. Overview of types of simple epithelia (one layer of epithelial cells). Squamous epithelium (keratinized) Squamous epithelium (nonkeratinized) Cuboidal epithelium Columnar epithelium Transitional epithelium (relaxed) B Figure 3-1B. Although there are many possible causes of plaques, the more common are endothelial dysfunction, dyslipidemia, inflammatory and immunologic factors, and hypertension. As shown in this image, deposits of cholesterol and fatty material accumulate in the inner layers of the vessel resulting in damage to the vessel wall, including disruption of the endothelium. These deposits, when hardened, may occlude ...
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Mucosal basal cell proliferation and would have differentiated into mucus-secreting goblet cells. Looks like metaplastik activity occurs due to change of columnar epithelium lining the epithelium skuamus, which is accompanied by cellular atipia and increased mitotic activity that develop into mucosal dysplasia. Span of time this process has not been established, only approximately estimated between 10 to 20 years ...
Primary cancer of the kidney is derived from three principal sources: (1) tubular epithelium, which gives rise to adenocarcinoma; (2) epithelium lining the pelv
It has been a long held assumption that older bulls develop deeper folds or crypts in the epithelium covering the penis and prepuce than are found in their younger counterparts. These deeper crypts reportedly facilitate the carrier state of bovine venereal disease by providing a protected environment suitable for long term maintenance of infection. No published reports have been found to support this assumption. This study was conducted to characterize the surface architectural anatomy of the epithelium and epithelial crypts in younger and older bulls. This survey included Angus bulls sampled between December 2008 and March 2009. Bulls were placed into two groups of six according to age. Group 1 consisted of bulls 2 years of age, and group 2 consisted of bulls ≥ 5 years of age. Penile epithelium was collected from three anatomical locations (Proximal, Middle, and Distal) and tissue samples were prepared for examination by light microscopy and scanning electron microscopy. Three parameters were ...
Biology Assignment Help, Epithelial tissue, EPITHELIA L TISSUE OR EPITHELIA Epithelium term coined by Ruysh, it was applied originally to thin skin covering the nipple. (G.epi = upon, thele = nipple) Epithelial tissues evolved first and are also formed first in the embryo. Epid
The model shows the epithelium of the colon. This model is made as part of my final project for the MSc Medical Art and is part of an online resource about epithelium: www.epithelium3d.com
1ETN: Molecular structure of the toxin domain of heat-stable enterotoxin produced by a pathogenic strain of Escherichia coli. A putative binding site for a binding protein on rat intestinal epithelial cell membranes.
The basal layer of this tissue is cuboidal, and becomes increasingly flattened as it reaches the surface. Stratified squamous epithelia can be keratinized or nonkeratinized, depending on the location it is found in. Keratinized epithelium, also called cornified is composed of numerous layers of dead squamous cells.
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Epithelium: Epithelium, in anatomy, layer of cells closely bound to one another to form continuous sheets covering surfaces that may come into contact with foreign substances. Epithelium occurs in both plants and animals. In animals, outgrowths or ingrowths from these surfaces form structures consisting
Proposed model for the regulation of LM-332 expression by TGF-β1 and the epithelial barrier. Confluent (polarized) epithelial cells form an intact epithelium w
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The integrity of the epithelial lining in intestines of cKO mice is maintained.(A) Tamoxifen-treated F/F;Cre (cKO, n = 11) and littermate F/F controls (Ctrl
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Everything you always wanted to know about simple epithelial tissue, but were affraid to ask - what types of simple epithelial tissue can we single out. Types of simple epithelial tissue: squamous tissue, cuboidal tissue, cylindrical tissue, pseudo-stratified tissue. What are the characteristic features of each type? Where can they be found?
Ep`i*theli*oid (?), a. [Epithelium + -oid.] Anatomy|Anat. Like epithelium; as, epithelioid cells.   © Webster 19...
In this article, we provide an overview of the experimental workflow by the Lung and Particle Research Group at Cardiff University, that led to the development of the two in vitro lung models - the normal human bronchial epithelium (NHBE) model and the lung-liver model, Metabo-Lung™. This work was jointly awarded the 2013 Lush Science Prize. The NHBE model is a three-dimensional, in vitro, human tissue-based model of the normal human bronchial epithelium, and Metabo-Lung involves the co-culture of the NHBE model with primary human hepatocytes, thus permitting the biotransformation of inhaled toxicants in an in vivo-like manner. Both models can be used as alternative test systems that could replace the use of animals in research and development for safety and toxicity testing in a variety of industries (e.g. the pharmaceutical, environmental, cosmetics, and food industries). Metabo-Lung itself is a unique tool for the in vitro detection of toxins produced by reactive metabolites. This 21st ...
Surface epithelial-stromal tumors are a class of ovarian neoplasms that may be benign or malignant. Neoplasms in this group are thought to be derived from the ovarian surface epithelium (modified peritoneum) or from ectopic endometrial or Fallopian tube (tubal) tissue. This group of tumors accounts for 90% to 95% of all cases of ovarian cancer.[1][2] The pathogenesis of surface epithelial-stromal tumor is characterized by the overgrowth of the ovarian surface epithelium. Common risk factors in the development of surface epithelial-stromal tumor, include: nulliparity, early menopause, gonadal dysgenesis, family history (e.g. BRCA1/BRCA2 mutations), smoking, previous history of breast, and endometrial or colon cancer (Lynch II). The prevalence of surface epithelial-stromal tumor is approximately 3 per 100,000 individuals worldwide. Surface epithelial-stromal tumor is more commonly observed among postmenopausal women. Early clinical features of surface epithelial-stromal tumor include pelvic ...
The adult ovarian surface epithelium has already been proposed as a source of stem cells and germinal cells in the literature, it has been termed the germinal epithelium therefore. that neonatal and adult mouse ovaries have come cells which can become effectively proliferated and verified [1C3]. Pacchiarotti et al. [2] discovered in neonatal and adult mouse ovaries two unique populations of feminine germline come cells with different diameters: cells with diameters of 10C15?transgene. These results lead to the fundamental study of ovarian come cells, oogenesis, and a fresh understanding of the physiology of the mammalian ovary and demonstrated that ovarian surface area epithelium might become an essential resource of germinal come cells in adult mouse ovaries. In addition to the mouse model, many related research in human beings also display that adult human being ovarian surface area epithelium might become a resource of Galeterone control cells. Bukovsky et al. verified that oocyte-like cells ...
The mammary gland epithelium comprises two major cell types: basal and luminal. Basal cells interact directly with the extracellular matrix (ECM) and express higher levels of the ECM receptors, integrins, than luminal cells. We show that deletion of beta1 integrin from basal cells abolishes the regenerative potential of the mammary epithelium and affects mammary gland development. The mutant epithelium was characterized by an abnormal ductal branching pattern and aberrant morphogenesis in pregnancy, although at the end of gestation, the secretory alveoli developed from beta1 integrin-positive progenitors. Lack of beta1 integrin altered the orientation of the basal-cell division axis and in mutant epithelium, in contrast to control tissue, the progeny of beta1 integrin-null basal cells, identified by a genetic marker, was found in the luminal compartment. These results reveal, for the first time, the essential role of the basal mammary epithelial cell-ECM interactions mediated by beta1 integrins in the
Epithelium (plural: epithelia) is one of the four main types of tissue in the body of animals. It is made up of one or more layers of cells. The outermost layer of the skin is a special type of epithelium. It has an important function: it forms a mechanical defence against infection: see innate immunity. Epithelia are found on the surface of organs and many other parts of the body. One main function of epithelia is moving fluids into or out of an organ or body part. It also protects organs and carries sense organs. There are many different types of epithelium that do different things in the body, including the excretory system. The epithelium covers blood vessels and hollow organs such as the stomach and kidneys. All glands are made from epithelial cells. In some areas, the epithelium secretes sweat, oil, or mucus. Functions of epithelial cells include secretion, selective absorption, protection, transcellular transport, and sensing. Epithelial layers have no blood vessels: they get oxygen and ...
Culturing of respiratory viruses in well-differentiated pseudostratified human airway epithelium as a tool to detect unknown viruses ...
Metzger TC, Khan IS, Gardner JM, Mouchess ML, Johannes KP, Krawisz AK, Skrzypczynska KM, Anderson MS. Lineage tracing and cell ablation identify a post-Aire-expressing thymic epithelial cell population. Cell Rep. 2013 Oct 17;5(1):166-79.. ...
Absolutely not. We have been doing crosslinking with intact epithelium (called "epi-on") since 2003 in the United States and still continue to do so. Many doctors around the world have now adopted this technique. Prominent ophthalmologists Dr. Roberto Pinelli in Italy and Dr. Colin Chan in Australia were personally taught Dr. Brians Holcomb C3-R® and are seeing excellent results. Dr. Brian received the 2010 Jules Stein Living Tribute Award for performing Holcomb C3-R® Crosslinking System on U.S. Bobsled Driver Steve Holcomb that helped restore his vision enabling him to win the Gold Medal in 2010 in Vancouver - this was the first Gold Medal for the United States in bobsled in 62 years.. Perhaps you have heard an opinion from someone or your doctor that the epithelium must to be removed for crosslinking to work. Is that correct? Answer: No. Such opinion is probably based on a flawed laboratory study in pig eyes that concluded that riboflavin does not penetrate into the cornea through ...
A stratified squamous epithelium consists of squamous (flattened) epithelial cells arranged in layers upon a basal membrane. Only one layer is in contact with the basement membrane; the other layers adhere to one another to maintain structural integrity. Although this epithelium is referred to as squamous, many cells within the layers may not be flattened; this is due to the convention of naming epithelia according to the cell type at the surface. In the deeper layers, the cells may be columnar or cuboidal.[1] There are no intercellular spaces. This type of epithelium is well suited to areas in the body subject to constant abrasion, as the thickest layers can be sequentially sloughed off and replaced before the basement membrane is exposed. It forms the outermost layer of the skin and the inner lining of the mouth, esophagus and vagina.[2] ...
Lung cancer is the most common cause of cancer-related deaths. Tobacco smoke exposure is the strongest aetiological factor associated with lung cancer. In this study, using serial analysis of gene expression (SAGE), we comprehensively examined the effect of active smoking by comparing the transcriptomes of clinical specimens obtained from current, former and never smokers, and identified genes showing both reversible and irreversible expression changes upon smoking cessation. Twenty-four SAGE profiles of the bronchial epithelium of eight current, twelve former and four never smokers were generated and analyzed. In total, 3,111,471 SAGE tags representing over 110 thousand potentially unique transcripts were generated, comprising the largest human SAGE study to date. We identified 1,733 constitutively expressed genes in current, former and never smoker transcriptomes. We have also identified both reversible and irreversible gene expression changes upon cessation of smoking; reversible changes were
The anatomy, histology and ultrastructure of the digestive tract of Orthrias angorae (Steindachner, 1897) were investigated using light microscopy, scanning electron microscopy (SEM) and transmission electron microscopy (TEM). The histological structure consists of four layers: mucosa, submucosa, muscularis and serosa. The esophageal mucosa consists of undifferentiated basal epithelial cells, mucous cells and surface epithelial cells. It was observed that the J-shaped stomach had a meshwork of folds in the cardiac region, and longitudinal folds in the fundic and pyloric regions. A single layer of columnar cells, PAS positive only in their apical portions, forms the epithelium. The convoluted tube-shape intestine is lined by simple columnar epithelial cells, which have microvilli at the apical surface. The wall of the esophagus and stomach are thicker than that of the intestine because of the thick muscle layer. There were numerous goblet cells in the intestine. There were numerous gastric glands ...
Our laboratory is interested in the wound response and repair of epithelium, neurons and extracellular matrix. 1. In the healthy cornea there are no blood vessels and thus the tissue provides an excellent model to study the communication between nerves and epithelium following injury. Primary neurons are co-cultured with epithelial cells to ask how signaling pathways communicate. These include but are not limited to glutamatergic and purinergic receptor-mediated calcium transients. 2. In addition to these signaling events we have found that when epithelial cells are injured nucleotides are released immediately and cause a distinct phosphorylation of EGF receptor residues that ultimately affect the ability of a cell to migrate. 3. To study controlling factors on extracellular matrix or stromal formation we have developed scaffold-free long-term cultures and these have recently enabled us to study the role of hypoxia, which occurs in a diurnal pattern in this tissue as one sleeps. Our experiments ...
Whiteley, H J. and Horton, D L., "The effect of age on the mitotic activity of the ear epithelium in the cba mouse." (1963). Subject Strain Bibliography 1963. 1419 ...
Bronchial epithelium. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of a cultured bronchial epithelial cell. The respiratory epithelium is composed of a mixed population of ciliated, nonciliated, and mucous-secreting cells from proximal to distal airways. In vitro models ( cell culture) using primary cells and cell lines are essential for understanding the function and pathophysiology of these cells in diseases such as asthma. Magnification: x 2000 when printed 10 centimetres wide. - Stock Image C022/6437
Epithelium (epi- + thele + -ium) is ane o the fower basic teepes o ainimal tishie, alang wi connective tishie, muscle tishie an nervish tishie. Epithelial tishies line the cavities an surfaces o bluid veshels an organs ootthrou the bouk. An ensaumple is the epidermis, the ootermost layer o the skin. Thare are three preencipal shapes o epithelial cell: squamous, columnar, an cuboidal. Thir can be arranged in a single layer o cells as semple epithelium, either squamous, columnar, cuboidal, pseudo-stratified columnar or in layers o twa or mair cells deep as stratifeed (layered), aither squamous, columnar or cuboidal. Aw glands are made up o epithelial cells. Functions o epithelial cells include secretion, selective absorption, pertection, transcellular transport, an sensin. Epithelial layers conteen na bluid veshels, sae thay maun receive nourishment via diffusion o substances frae the unnerleein connective tissue, throu the basement membrane.[1][2] Cell junctions are weel-employed in epithelial ...
Recent computational and analytical studies have shown that cellular fabric-as embodied by average cell size, aspect ratio and orientation-is a key indicator of the stresses acting in an embryonic epithelium. Cellular fabric in real embryonic tissues could not previously be measured automatically because the cell boundaries tend to be poorly defined, significant lighting and cell pigmentation differences occur and tissues contain a variety of cell geometries. To overcome these difficulties, four algorithms were developed: least squares ellipse fitting (LSEF), area moments (AM), correlation and axes search (CAS) and Gabor filters (GF). The AM method was found to be the most reliable of these methods, giving typical cell size, aspect ratio and orientation errors of 18%, 0.10 and 7.4 degrees, respectively, when evaluated against manually segmented images. The power of the AM algorithm to provide new insights into the mechanics of morphogenesis is demonstrated through a brief investigation of ...
Epithelial & Connective Tissue Microscope Slides. Slides include Simple columnar epithelium, Transitional epithelium, Cuboidal epithelium, and Endothelium...
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The vaginal epithelium is a tissue lining the inside of the vagina. Though its not the same as skin, it has many similar features...
Most primary lung cancers originate from the epithelium lining the airways. In dogs, most develop in the alveoli where oxygen is taken up into the body, but in people and in cats most originate in the main airways (bronchi).
1ETN: Molecular structure of the toxin domain of heat-stable enterotoxin produced by a pathogenic strain of Escherichia coli. A putative binding site for a binding protein on rat intestinal epithelial cell membranes.
Mucosal folds occupy most of the potential lumenal space, so that cilia on the epithelial surface can effectively move the egg toward the uterus. The simple columnar epithelium of the mucosa contains both secretory cells and ciliated cells. ...
ZHANG, YJ and Kunkel, JG, "PROGRAM OF F-ACTIN IN THE FOLLICULAR EPITHELIUM DURING OOGENESIS OF THE GERMAN-COCKROACH, BLATTELLA-GERMANICA" (1992). TISSUE & CELL. 283 ...
The stratified squamous epithelium of the ectocervix is rich in glycogen at certain times of the month. This guarantees a good supply of sugar for the sperms. ...
Cuboidal epithelium consists of epithelial cells that are hexagonal or appear square-like in sectional view. These cells may be are arranged in single...
Cancer is reminiscent of the developing embryo. Both involve cell movement, tissue growth, and changes in cell identity. The difference lies in the embryos capacity for regulating these events to ensure proper organisation and function. The embryo can thus serve as a tool to understand mechanisms of tissue control that go awry in cancer.. Carcinomas are the most frequent form of cancer in the adult body. They derive from cellular sheets called epithelia, which make up the skin and line internal organs. In the developing embryo, epithelia remodel and expand in a controlled manner. I study the first dynamic epithelium that arises in mouse embryonic development. Specifically, I show in a genetic mutant that this epithelium can grow excessively and become disorganised. I use a combination of imaging and sequencing methods to probe the cellular basis for this defect, and will ultimately use genetics to reverse the dysregulation.. Compromised epithelial maintenance is a consistent beginning stage ...