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Rat Jejunum Myenteric Plexus Enteroglial Cells (EGC/PK060399egfr Line)

Rat Jejunum Myenteric Plexus Enteroglial Cells (EGC/PK060399egfr Line)

Enteroglial cells (known by the acronym: EGC) are believed to be an important part of the enteric nervous system, but much about the function of these cells is still unknown. To help facilitate future studies of the cells, A. Ruhl and coworkers developed a new method in 2001 for isolating and purifying enteroglial cells from the myenteric plexus, a network of nerve fibers located in the intestinal wall.


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