- Volume 12 Issue 2
Study on the Normal Distribution of Mast Cell in Domestic Animals and It's Response in Various Infections
가축(家畜)의 장기(臟器)와 조직(組織)에 존재(存在)하는 조직비만세포(組織肥滿細胞)의 정상분포(正常分布)와 감염증시(感染症時)의 태도(態度)에 관한 연구(硏究)
- Kim, Hwa Sik (Department of Veterinary Medicine, College of Agricultural, Kyungpook National University) ;
- Lee, Jae Hyun (Department of Veterinary Medicine, College of Agricultural, Kyungpook National University)
- Published : 1972.10.15
The frequency distribution and morphological characteristics of tissue mast cells in the various tissues of normal domestic animals (bovine, swine, dog and chicken) and systematically infected (Hog cholera, Canine distemper and Newcastle disease) animals were studied. The results were as follows: 1 In cattle, density of mast cells was higher in foetus (bovine) and young animals than in adults Differences in frequency distribution among individual animals were also observed. 2. In chicken, the highest number of mast cells was found in age group of 15 to 40 days, the moderate number in age group of one to 10 days, and the lowest number in age group of 40 days or older. 3. The morphologically, mast cells were usually round, ovoid, spindle, oval and irregular, and particularly in ovary of bovine, it was usually round and ovoid forms. 4. The largest numbers of mast cells were shown in ovary of bovine, intestine of swine and dog, and proventriculum of chicken. 5. In the systemic infections, the number of mart cells usually tends to increase.