mammary gland

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Cell proliferation in feline normal, hyperplastic and neoplastic mammary tissue - an immunohistochemical study.
The explanation of these increases in lactose% could be the increasing activity of enzymes related to lactose synthesis which appear in bovine mammary tissue by 30 days before parturition with increasing activity of 1.
Mammary tissue damage during bovine mastitis: causes and control.
The presence of sortilin in human cancer cell lines derived from colon, pancreas, prostate and ovarian carcinoma has been reported [90], but its expression in normal mammary tissue or breast cancer cell lines remains unexplored.
Wnt/Notch signalling ratio was permanently altered in the basal stem/progenitor cells of mammary tissue of mice by pregnancy.
Mammary histology and alveolar cell differentiation during late gestation and early lactation in mammary tissue of beef and dairy heifers.
If these criteria are not met, the breast is not being pulled out far enough to see all of the mammary tissue on mammogram.
Milk protein synthesis in mammary tissue is a complex mechanism under the influence of local and systemic hormones along with some other factors those affect milk yield (Silanikove et al.
Further, prolactin may act as an autocrine/paracrine factor within mammary tissue (4).
Flanders, spaying a female puppy prior to sexual maturity and the accompanying development of mammary tissue yields a 200-fold reduction in the chance that it will get mammary cancer later on.
Sliced mammary tissue was blocked with PBS for 10-30 minutes, then was added with primary antibody (anti-CDK and anti-p53 IgG biotin labeled) for 1 hour at room temperature.
Bovine mammary tissue has been sometimes advised for disorders related to female breasts such as nipple pain, lymph node enlargement, breast underdevelopment, mastitis, menstrual pain, nipple inflammation, congestion, and lactation difficulties.
The procedure will, for example, preclude a young female's development of mammary tissue and thus reduce by about 90 percent her chances of developing mammary cancer later in life.
Portions of mammary tissue from no tumour bearing and uninvolved tissue of tumour bearing animals and tumour tissue were preserved in RNA later for gene expression studies.
Earlier studies in animals have shown that mammary tissue may be particularly susceptible to carcinogenic exposures during the years from start of puberty to the first full- term pregnancy.