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Figure 5 Immunostaining of CD117, CD34 and CD133 for stem cells in the gastric mucosa. a d) CD117. a) Inflamed mucosa (hAR polymer method, 40 magnification). CD117 positive cells were noted in and around the neck portion and in the stroma with dense chronic infiltrates. b) Inflamed mucosa (hAR supersensitive method, 40 magnification). A trace expression of CD117 in gastric glandular cells at the neck portion. c) Fundic glands in inflamed mucosa (hAR polymer method, 40 magnification). Some CD117 positive fundic glandular cells under the neck portion. d) Intestinal metaplasia (hAR polymer method, 40 magnification). CD117 positive cells in the base portion of a metaplastic gland. e g) CD34. e) Inflamed mucosa (hAR supersensitive method, 20 magnification). Besides blood vessel endothelia, CD34 positive fat cells and glandular cells were seen but most fundic glandular cells were labeled very weakly. f) Fundic glands in the inflamed mucosa (hAR supersensitive method, 20 magnification). Fundic glandular cells were labeled by CD34. g) Intestinal metaplasia (hAR supersensitive method, 10 magnification). Residual fundic glandular cells in metaplastic mucosa were also labeled by CD34. h) CD133. Mostly normal mucosa (hAR supersensitive method, 10 magnification, long axis: 680 m). Fundic glands were labeled densely by CD133..

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Homeostatic Mass Control in Gastric Non Neoplastic Epithelia under Infection of Helicobacter pylori: An Immunohistochemical Analysis of Cell Growth, Stem Cells and Programmed Cell Death
Acta Histochem Cytochem. 2008 Jun 27; 41(3):23-38

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We evaluated homeostatic mass control in non neoplastic gastric epithelia under Helicobacter pylori (HP) infection in the macroscopically normal appea.....
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