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Characterization of separated gastric mucosal cells

: Schwenk, M.; Hackbarth, I.; Kaase, H.J.; Sewing, K.-F.; Thiedemann, K.-U.

Biological chemistry Hoppe-Seyler (1988), Nr.369, S.916
ISSN: 0177-3593
Österreichische Biochemische Gesellschaft (Herbsttagung) <1988, Innsbruck>
Fraunhofer ITA ( ITEM) ()
biochemistry; cell; gastric mucosa; gastric mucosal cell; Guinea pig

The gastric mucosa is composed of highly differentiated cells, specialized to produce acid, pepsinogen, mucous, and hormones. More knowledge about the biochemistry of each cell type is required for a better understanding of gastric function, restitution, and regeneration. Gastric mucosa cells were isolated from male guinea pigs by treatment of mucosal scrapings with collagenase/pyronase. Cells were seperated by zonal elutriation into 4 different fractions. In conclusion, the good viability of these cells and their ability to grow in culture makes them suitable for future studies on cell adherence, migration and proliferation.