Goblet Cells and Mucin Related Gene Expression in Mice Infected with Eimeria papillata
E. papillata-induced jejunum injury on day 5. (a) Noninfected jejunum with normal architecture of the absorptive epithelium and lamina propria. (b) Infected jejunum with some pathological changes in lamina propria and absorptive epithelia. Developmental stages appearing in the absorptive epithelia. Sections are stained with hematoxylin and eosin. μm. (c) Total histological injury score in jejunum of mice infected with E. papillata on day 5 p.i. Values are . Significant at . .
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