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English citations of pancreata
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- 1988, Excerpta Medica, Excerpta Medica, page #541:
- At four months postinitiation, the pancreata were quantitatively examined for the number and size of preneoplastic foci.
- 1991, National Academy of Sciences (U.S.), Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, page #4,153:
- Previous work showed that hamster and human pancreatic tumors but not normal pancreata exhibit low-affinity cell-membrane receptors for luteinizing hormone-releasing hormone (LHRH).
- 2003, Sabire Özcan, Diabetes Mellitus: Methods and Protocols, page #8:
- Finally, a ligature to secure the cannula is not necessary and fat and lymph nodes need not be removed from the isolated pancreata. Once removed from the animal, the tissue is ready to be digested. As the procedure must also be performed quickly to prevent tissue degradation, pancreata should not be isolated from more than 15 mice at a time. With two surgeons, up to 30 pancreata can be isolated without compromising islet yield.