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[Alkaline phosphatase activity of the bursa of Fabricius: histochemical study in the normal embryo and during allograft reactions].
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JournalBull Assoc Anat (Nancy)Not FoundDate
1979-Dec
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Journal Article
English Abstract
Volume
1979-Dec / 63 : 387-96
Author
Gérard H
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Alkaline Phosphatase
Animals
Bursa of Fabricius
Chick Embryo
Chickens
Graft vs Host Reaction
Spleen
Transplantation, Homologous
Abstract
Alkaline phosphatase activity allows a certain discrimination between lympho-inhibition following a direct action on the lymphoid stem cells or a modification of mesenchyme/epithelium interactions; in this study we have compared the evolution of this activity in untreated chick embryos and in chick embryos following graft-versus-host-reactions. The important decrease of mesenchyme alkaline phosphatase activity induced here, involves a localisation of allograft reaction in this tissue; this result does not agree with the former explanations about a direct action on the lymphoid stem cells.
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Bull Assoc Anat (Nancy)Bulletin de l'Association des anatomistes
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