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https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/14577202/-expression-of-the-cdx2-gene-in-benign-intestinal-type-mucinous-ovarian-tumors
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G Gaggero, S Sola, M Mora, E Fulcheri
INTRODUCTION: Cdx2 gene belongs to the homeobox caudal gene family and it is located, in humans, on the 13q12.3 chromosome; in particular it codifies for a specific nuclear transcription factor which induces intestinal epithelium development, differentiation and preservation. Cdx2 expression in the human embryo can be observed in the intestinal epithelium starting from the sixth week of gestation. In the foetus and in adults it is observed in the whole enteric tube from the duodenum to the anal canal...
August 2003: Pathologica
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/10925727/-is-there-pancreatic-regeneration-morphological-and-functional-certification-after-a-corporocaudal-splenopancreatectomy
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R D Schlegel, O Tiscornia, E de Vedia y Mitre, A R Lembeye, R Coqui, D Macagno, T Cravino, H Waisman
INTRODUCTION: The process of pancreatic regeneration, well known and accepted, is less known than the hepatic and includes different mechanisms and factors. Pancreatic regeneration is better known in acute pancreatitis. After an extensive pancreatic necrosis, the morphological and functional regeneration is assessed by dynamic computed tomography associated with normalization of glycemia and the exocrine function. Different groups identified and evaluated experimentally and clinically the actions of multiple factors involved in the process of pancreatic regeneration...
2000: Acta Gastroenterologica Latinoamericana
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