Percentages of various types of adenohypophysial cells in female mice of strains C3H and C57B1
It was shown that in mice of strains C3H and C57B1 acidophilic cells predominate in the hypophysis. Basophilic cells are least in number. These are followed by chromophobic cells. Variations in the quantitative composition of cells according to the cycle stages occur among the basophilic cells of the peripheral zone of the hypophysis. The largest content of basophils was noted in the diestrus, the smallest of the estrus (in mice of strain C3H) and metestrus (in mice of strain C57B1).
KeywordsInternal Medicine Female Mouse Peripheral Zone Quantitative Composition Adenohypophysial Cell
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