Carbohydrate specificity of normal rat ileum mucosa and in administration of cryopreserved placenta accompanied by acute aseptic peritoneal inflammation


  • K. V. Shepitko
Keywords: ileum, lectins, cryopreserved placenta, inflammation

Abstract

The experimental study has been carried out on the ileum extracted from 140 sexually mature male rats. Histological and lectochemical methods of study have been applied. Intubation of ileum mucosa by complex of lectins has showed that, galactose-specific lectins showed a high degree of binding in villi of enterocytes, and weak degree of binding in crypt enterocytes; sialo-specific lectins showed high and harsh degree of binding in villi enterocytes and weak degree of binding in crypt; fucose-specific lectin showed strong degree of binding only with enterocytes and goblet cells in villus, and mannose-specific lectin only with goblet cells in crypt. High and harsh degree of binding was detected on day 7 after injection of cryopreserved placenta, and on day 14 in simulation of acute aseptic peritoneal inflammation. High degree of binding was noted on day 7-14 after injection of cryopreserved placenta accompanied by the acute aseptic peritoneal inflammation.

Published
2017-10-27
How to Cite
Shepitko, K. V. (2017). Carbohydrate specificity of normal rat ileum mucosa and in administration of cryopreserved placenta accompanied by acute aseptic peritoneal inflammation. Reports of Morphology, 21(1), 59-64. Retrieved from https://morphology-journal.com/index.php/journal/article/view/99
Section
ORIGINAL INVESTIGATIONS