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neuroendocrine

[¦nu̇r·ō′en·də·krən]
(biology)
Pertaining to both the nervous and endocrine systems, structurally and functionally.
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Like its ileal counterpart, appendiceal carcinoid tumor often forms nests in the deep lamina propria, which recapitulate a population of subepithelial neuroendocrine cells located in the lamina propria, (7,31) and it exhibits an exclusive neuroendocrine phenotype with the capacity for amine and peptide hormone production (32) (Figure 5, A).
Neuroendocrine cell hyperplasia and obliterative bronchiolitis in patients with peripheral carcinoid tumors.
5 was used as a general marker for nerve fibres, NPY and VIP as markers for peptidergic innervation and SER as a neuroendocrine cell marker.
TTF1 expression in normal lung neuroendocrine cells and related tumors: immunohistochemical study comparing two different monoclonal antibodies.
Diffuse idiopathic pulmonary neuroendocrine cell hyper-plasia: an under-recognised spectrum of disease.
INTRODUCTION: The definition of a neuroendocrine cell has changed over the last few years as our understanding and experimental techniques have advanced.
Interestingly, a thorough systematic immunohistochemical and histochemical search for neuroendocrine cells in the genitourinary system of the female pig demonstrated that the neuroendocrine cell population density shows a concentration gradient.
Expression of thyroid transcription factor-1 in the spectrum of neuroendocrine cell lung proliferations with special interest in carcinoids.
Gould VE &DeLellisRA: The neuroendocrine cell system, its tumors, hyperplasia and dysplasiaa.
Neuroendocrine tumors (NETs) from the gastrointestinal (GI) and pancreatobiliary tracts are heterogeneous tumors with diverse biologic and clinical behaviors that vary according to the primary tumor origin, type of neuroendocrine cell, and pathologic features.