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Ber-EP4 in normal cells

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Fig. 1A. Normal colon. Ber-EP4 antigen in epithelial cells. The basolateral cell membrane is strongly stained, the cytoplasm moderately stained. Fig. 1B. Normal pancreas stained for Ber-EP4 antigen. The cell membranes of the acinic cells are strongly stained, the cytoplasm moderately stained. In the Langerhans islet (centre of the figure), the cytoplasm is stained, while there is no enhancement of the membranes.
Fig. 1C. Normal liver. Ber-EP antigen is revealed in the bile duct cells, while the liver cells are unstained. Fig. 1D. Normal kidney. Ber-EP4 antigen is revealed in the collecting tubules, while the Bowman capsule and proximal tubules are virtually unstained.

Fig. 1E. Normal tonsil. Ber-E4 antigen is found focally in the squamous epithelium.
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Last update 30-06-2006