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|Title:||Frog stomach enteric plexuses in culture, isolation, morphological characterization and bioelectrical recordings|
|Publisher:||Murcia : F. Hernández|
|Related subjects:||CDU::6 - Ciencias aplicadas::61 - Medicina|
|Keywords:||Enteric plexuses cultures|
|Abstract:||We have succeeded in the isolation, culture and morphological characterization of Rana ridibunda stomach enteric plexuses. We have furthermore obtained intra and extracellular bioelectric recordings from the explants in culture. The cultare medium used (Eagle MEM), the collagenase digestion and the general culture conditions followed are similar to those applied to mammal enteric plexus explant cultures. The most striking difference is that the solutions were diluted to 70% in order to maintain the osmolar conditions required by the amphibian cells. Acetylcholinesterase, osmium tetroxide-zinc iodide- and para-formaldehydeinduced fluorescence methods reveal similar morphological images from the perivascular fibre plexuses. The different cell types observed by phase contrast light microscopy from the myenteric explants in culture have been identified by comparison with those revealed by the acetylcholinesterase method. The prevailing neurons show piramidal somas; other neurons are bipolar with oval somas and a third type shows oval somas tightly aligned, following sinusoidal courses. The intra and extracellular bioelectric recordings from the explants in culture show that the culture conditions we have applied preserve the electrophysiological properties of the neuronal membranes. These preliminary recordings will allow us to undertake the synaptic characterization of the gastrointestinal neurotransmitters in frogs.|
|Primary author:||Azanza, M.J.|
Martínez Ciriano, C.
|Published in:||Histology and histopathology|
|Number of pages / Extensions:||8|
|Appears in Collections:||Vol. 5, nº 1 (1990)|
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