Peyer's patches


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Peyer's patches

[′pī·ərz ‚pach·əz]
(histology)
Aggregates of lymph nodules beneath the epithelium of the ileum.
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(2008) Sphingosine 1-phosphate regulates the egress of IgA plasma-blasts from Peyer's patches for intestinal IgA responses.
It was shown as early as in 1970 that Peyer's patches, the spleen, and the lymph nodes of mice hosted in a sterile environment are underdeveloped and do not contain germinal centers, resulting in reduced serum immunoglobulin levels, and that normal immune system development and function were restored following oral administration of Salmonella paratyphi A [65].
Giant cells (4/63) and histiocytic intracytoplasmic inclusion bodies (11/63) were located predominantly in the Peyer's patches in the small intestine.
Uptake of biodegradable nano and microparticles by Peyer's patches after oral administration to mice.
"M cells have been difficult to study because they are relatively rare, they are only found within the Peyer's patches and can't be grown in isolation," Williams stated.
Called Peyer's patches, they act as "training centers" for the immune system, exposing T-cells to a vast variety of molecular shapes among the natural components in the food we eat.
Soderholm, "Peyer's patches and M cells as potential sites of the inflammatory onset in Crohn's disease," Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, vol.
The following chapters discuss polymeric systems for buccal and gastric absorption, including targeting of the small intestine, Peyer's Patches, and colon, transdermal delivery, parenteral administration, and rectal, vaginal, nasal, pulmonary, and ocular absorption.
Yamamoto M, Rennert P, McGhee JR, Kweon MN, Yamamoto S, Dohi T, et al .Alternate mucosal immune system: organized Peyer's patches are not required for IgA responses in the gastrointestinal tract.
Peyer's patches and M cells as potential sites of the inflammatory onset in Crohn's disease.
As I have discussed in the case of reversing severe eye disease (Integrative Ophthalmology, Townsend Letter, August/September 2012), incorporating Peyer's patches (Pleo Rebas) and Pleo Fort (Penicillium roqueforti) was paramount.