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Intestinal fat and iron transport, goblet cell mucus secretion, and cellular changes in protein deficiency observed with the electron microscope

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The authors herein acknowledge the technical assistance of Miss Catherine Catsulis who did the fine sectioning and Mr. Noel-Serge Meadows who assisted in the iron experiments. Mr. Eugene Wolfe made the photographs. The protein deficiency experiments were done in our laboratories by Dr. Juan Takano and have been reported (Exp. Molec. Path. 3:244, 1964).

Supported in part by Grant 618-63 from Cancer Association Research, and Grant H-2549 from the U. S. Public Health Service, National Institutes of Health.

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Freeman, J.A., Geer, J.C. Intestinal fat and iron transport, goblet cell mucus secretion, and cellular changes in protein deficiency observed with the electron microscope. Digest Dis Sci 10, 1004–1023 (1965). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF02233375

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  • Public Health
  • Iron
  • Electron Microscope
  • Goblet Cell
  • Cell Mucus