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Vol. 10, Special Issue 3 (2021)

Histomorphogenesis of exocrine part of pancreas in prenatal goat (Capra hircus)

Author(s):
Dharmendra Singh, Ajay Prakash, MM Farooqui, Sri Prakash Singh, Avnish Kumar Gautam, Ajeet Kumar Jha and Keshav Kumar
Abstract:
The stained foetal serial sections of early prenatal stage showed that the primordium of foetal goat pancreas was present in close vicinity of developing duodenum. At 69 day old goat foetus the pancreatic parenchyma was formed by tubules of different length and diameter, tubular buds, blood capillaries and islets of Langerhans. The beginning of the process of acini formation in the foetal goat pancreas was first observed from 76 days of gestation. Cells of several buds became loosely arranged and their peripheral cells began to arrange in the form of either a complete or a part of circle to form a central lumen. From 115 days onwards the cytoplasm of few acinar cells around the nucleus had a little bluish tinge and centroacinar cells were seen in few acini. From 132 days to full term foetus the pancreas was chiefly formed by developed acini, however at few places some immature acini were also found.
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How to cite this article:
Dharmendra Singh, Ajay Prakash, MM Farooqui, Sri Prakash Singh, Avnish Kumar Gautam, Ajeet Kumar Jha and Keshav Kumar. Histomorphogenesis of exocrine part of pancreas in prenatal goat (Capra hircus). The Pharma Innovation Journal. 2021; 10(3S): 145-149.

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