The effect of acetylphenylhydrazine upon epithelial turnover in the small intestine
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Administration of acetylphenylhydrazine to rats produced an accelerated turnover of jejunal and duodenal mucosal cells without altering the appearance of the cells or the structure of the villi.
KeywordsPublic Health Small Intestine Mucosal Cell Epithelial Turnover Acetylphenylhydrazine
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