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Embryological Development of Pancreas
Endocrine cells have been captured, at mid-gestation, showing periductal accumulations of cells. (A) Whole-mount insulin-staining of mouse pancreas displaying insulin cells. (B) Histologic sections with insulin in yellow, ducts in green and amylase in blue displaying the distribution of endocrine cells. (C) A TGF-β receptor II mutant mouse with amplification of periductal cord-like distribution of cells shown for emphasis.
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