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Electron immunohistochemical evidence for the human intestinal I cell as the source of CCK.
  1. A M Buchan,
  2. J M Polak,
  3. E Solcia,
  4. C Capella,
  5. D Hudson,
  6. A G Pearse

    Abstract

    Evidence was obtained by the use of alternate semithin-thin serial secretions for light and electron microsocpy that the I cell is the source of CCK PZ. The antibodies used were raised to a synthetic fragment of the mid part (9-20) of the (1-33) CCK-PZ molecule, and were thus free from any contamination with cross-reacting subpopulations of antibodies that might bind to gastrin.

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