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It was also observed that the developing islets were found in close relation to an intercalated duct in early postnatal stages that surely indicates the ductal origin of islets, perhaps out of proportion of exocrine tissue which suggests that from the pancreatic bud there is formation of ductal and acinar element in the first place and then these ductal epithelium differentiates into islet cells.
SOX10 appears to be a potential marker for acinar and intercalated duct differentiation in the diagnosis of salivary gland tumors (Table 4 and Figure 3).
Acinic cell adenocarcinomas arise from pluripotential reserve or stem cells normally found at the acinar-intercalated duct junctions or in the intercalated ducts proper of mature salivary glands.
Myoepithelial cells are specialized basal epithelial cells that are found in the secretory endpieces and intercalated ducts of the normal exocrine glands, such as the salivary glands, respiratory tract glands, lacrimal glands, mammary glands, prostate glands, and sweat glands.
Results: The mean number of intercalated ducts in the right gland "a" and "b" parts, and in the left gland "a" and "b" parts was 1.
The cells lining the intercalated ducts are flat or low cuboidal.
In head and neck pathology, discovered on gastrointestinal stromal tumor protein 1 (DOG1) expression was seen in normal serous acini, mucous acini, and distal intercalated ducts.