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intestinal epithelium of Salmonids

Fredrik Jutfelt

intestinal epithelium of Salmonids

transepithelial transport, barrier function and bacterial interactions

by Fredrik Jutfelt

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Published by Dept. of Zoology, Zoophysiology, Göteborg University in [Göteborg, Sweden] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Salmon -- Physiology,
  • Epithelium -- Physiology,
  • Bacteria -- Physiology,
  • Biological transport

  • Edition Notes

    StatementFredrik Jutfelt.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQL638.S2 J88 2006
    The Physical Object
    Pagination1 v. (various pagings) :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16216436M
    ISBN 109162868349
    LC Control Number2006455286

    Histology Atlas” gives an introduction to fish histology. The book is aimed at students of fish biology and veterinary medicine, but will also be valuable to research workers and veterinarians. Figure 2. Intestinal epithelium of the Atlantic salmon distal intestine stained using Alcian blue (AB) and Periodic acid Schiff (PAS). 10x magnification. (Hartviksen, unpublished results). 5 Figure 3. Transmission electron microscope micrograph of mid intestine of Atlantic salmon.

    Start studying Chap The Digestive System by Autumn. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. Extracted soybean meal (SBM) in the diet for Atlantic salmon, Salmo salar L., causes an inflammatory response in the distal intestine. The morphological changes of the epithelial cells and a characterization.

    Methodological considerations. In order to study intestinal fluid uptake in salmonids, several methods have been used. The classical everted and non-everted gut sac preparations have been used to measure intestinal fluid uptake in fish from different external salinities as well as in different regions of the gastrointestinal tract (Collie and Bern, ; Usher et al., ; .   Intestinal metaplasia (IM) of the bladder, characterized by the presence of intestinal type epithelium in the bladder, are glandular proliferation that most frequently occur on the bladder trigone [1, 2].This condition affects men much more commonly than women with an overall estimated incidence of to % [3, 4].Most cases of IM are diagnosed in the fifth to .


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Intestinal epithelium of Salmonids by Fredrik Jutfelt Download PDF EPUB FB2

Jutfelt, Fredrik (). The Intestinal Epithelium of Salmonids - Transepithelial Transport, Barrier Function and Bacterial Interactions Department of Zoology, Göteborg University, BoxSE 30 Göteborg, Sweden The salmonid intestinal epithelium is important for growth and health of File Size: 1MB.

The intestinal epithelium is the single cell layer that form the luminal surface (lining) of both the small and large intestine (colon) of the gastrointestinal ed of simple columnar epithelial cells, it serves two main functions: absorbing useful substances into the body and restricting the entry of harmful part of its protective role, the intestinal.

The salmonid intestinal epithelium is important for growth and health of the fish. The epithelium is exposed to a multitude of internal and external factors that can influence its function. During the parr-smolt transformation and subsequent seawater transfer, the epithelium adapts for an osmoregulatory role and the fish starts drinking.

The Intestinal Epithelium of Salmonids - Transepithelial Transport, Barrier Function and Bacterial Interactions Thesis (PDF Available) January with Reads How we measure 'reads'Author: Fredrik Jutfelt.

Intestinal Mucosal Immunology of Salmonids. Response to Stress and Infection. and. Crosstalk with the Physical Barrier. Lars Niklasson. The effect of environmental factors and pathogens on the intestinal epithelium of fish has received increased attention in recent years.

Studies focusing on effects. Six intestinal specimens were collected from each of the four Atlantic salmon, including three samples from the anterior intestine immediately caudal to the pyloric caeca, and three intestinal epithelium of Salmonids book from the second segment of the mid-intestine, 2 cm cranial to the anus ().The samples were opened by a longitudinal section to expose the mucosa, and immersed for 2 min at 18 °C in Cited by: Intestinal epithelium integrity is maintained by an interaction between multiple cells and junctions (Fig.

).A single layer separates gut lumen from underlying lamina propria. Intestinal epithelial stem cells, responsible for the rapid renewal of the intestinal epithelium, are able to specialize into many cell types.

The epithelium is covered by a single-cell layer composed of different subtypes of specialized intestinal epithelial cells (IECs) including absorptive cells, goblet cells, enteroendocrine cells, Paneth cells, M cells, cup cells, and Tuft cells, all of which differentiate from epithelial stem cells (16–18).

These subsets of IECs are Cited by: Translocation of infectious pancreatic necrosis virus across the intestinal epithelium of Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar L.) Article in Aquaculture November with Reads.

Even though the gastrointestinal tract seems to be a target for different disorders in farmed fish, a description of the normal intestinal status in healthy, wild salmon is warranted. Here, we provide such information in addition to suggesting a referable anatomical standardization for the by: Intestinal epithelial cells absorb nutrients, respond to microbes, function as a barrier and help to coordinate immune responses.

Here we report profiling of 53, individual epithelial cells Cited by: The intestinal epithelium has a strategic position as a protective physical barrier to luminal microbiota and actively contributes to the mucosal immune system. This barrier is mainly formed by a monolayer of specialized intestinal epithelial cells (IECs) that are crucial in maintaining intestinal homeostasis.

Therefore, dysregulation within the epithelial layer can increase Cited by:   A day feeding trial was carried out to characterise intestinal epithelial cell (IEC) turnover in Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar L.) post-smolts in seawater.

Four groups of fish raised at two temperatures of 8°C or 12°C and fed two different diets were investigated. The diets included a reference maize gluten and fishmeal-based diet (FM) and an experimental enteropathy Cited by: Histology Atlas gives an introduction to the histology of the salmonids.

The book is aimed at students of fish biology and veterinary medicine but can be used by researchers also. Histology atlas is a must have book for teaching fish biology /. The Very Intelligent Intestine Epithelial Cell.

One layer of cells divides trillion microbes from the body’s tissues. This one layer is comprised of the intestinal epithelial cells that use thousands of signals to keep friendly communities nearby and repel dangerous communities.

Schematic drawing of three enterocytes. From Jutfelt F () The Intestinal Epithelium of Salmonids: Transepithelial Transport, Barrier Function and Bacterial Interactions. PhD Thesis, University of Gothenburg, Sweden. I like. Myxobolus cerebralis is a myxosporean parasite of salmonids (salmon, trout, and their allies) that causes whirling disease in farmed salmon and trout and also in wild fish was first described in rainbow trout in Germany a century ago, but its range has spread and it has appeared in most of Europe (including Russia), the United States, South Africa, Canada and Family: Myxobolidae.

epithelium consists of a single layer of intestinal epithelial cells (IECs) that provides a physical barrier as well as innate immune defense, preventing this vast community of microbes from entering host tissues. Gastrointestinal Manifestations of Disease I. The Small Intestine ANATOMY.

The small intestine of the human consists of three portions: duodenum (10 inches), jejunum (8 feet), and ileum (12 feet). The wall of the intestine is made up of mucosa and submucosa. The mucosa, in turn, is divided into three layers: epithelium, laminapropria and muscularis mucosae.

An intestinal cell line from rainbow trout, Oncorhynchus mykiss, was developed and challenged against several bioactive components. Primary cultures initiated from the distal segment produced the cell line, RTgutGC. RTgutGC showed optimal growth in L15 supplemented with % fetal bovine serum (FBS) at room : Atsushi Kawano.

A study on the actual condition and changes of normal bacterial flora in the intestines of salmonids was carried out to determine the actual status of bacterial flora Cited by: The aim of this project is to develop and characterize a salmonid intestinal cell line.

There are many pathological conditions associated with fish intestines; however, current research strategies rely heavily on whole-organism experiments. To date. ADVERTISEMENTS: In this article we will discuss about the histology of gut in fishes.

Histologically, the gut is made up of usual four layers, viz. serosa, muscularis externa, sub-mucosa and mucosa (Fig.

& ). The serosa is made up of loose connective tissue. Next to serosa is muscularis externa. It is distinguished into an [ ].