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Fig. 2

From: Derivation of adult canine intestinal organoids for translational research in gastroenterology

Fig. 2

Characterization of canine jejunal tissue and jejunal enteroid histology shows similarities of epithelial structure. Histological images of hematoxylin and eosin (H&E) staining show the development and differentiation of canine enteroids at 3, 6, and 9 days after isolation or passaging. Spheroid-like epithelial structures are visualized in 3-day enteroids compared to crypt-villi epithelial structures on the sixth and ninth days. In the whole jejunal tissue, there are crypt-villi epithelial structures as well as non-epithelial cell types. Arrows indicate examples of crypts (black arrows) and villi (yellow arrows). Representative images from at least n = 15 enteroids per condition

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