Fluorescent dye (DiI) reveals the sensory cells in the lingual epithelium: a confocal laser scanning microscopic study.

T. Nagai

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Fluorescent carbocyanine dye was applied to the glossopharyngeal nerve of axolotls fixed with paraformaldehyde. Three cell types in the lingual epithelium were transneuronally labeled: chemosensory taste receptor cells and presumably mechanosensory basal cells in the taste buds, and epithelial cells with unknown function in the non-taste lingual epithelium.

元の言語English
ページ(範囲)S179-181
ジャーナルThe Japanese journal of physiology
43 Suppl 1
出版物ステータスPublished - 1993

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  • Physiology

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