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AJVS. 2017; 55(2): 83-90


Immunohistochemical Study Of Nestin and Fibroblast Growth Factor 9 (FGF9) in Rabbit Kidney During Postnatal Development

Sahar Fayez Eid, Ahmed-Sayed Ahmed, Mohamed Elnasharty.

Abstract
The present study was carried out to illustrate the immunohistochemical study of nestin and FGF9 on rabbit kidney during postnatal development. these studies show that nestin play an important role in adult than the neonatal as maintaining the structural integrity of the podocytes while FGF9 is critical for virtually all renal linage at early and later stages of development. The adult form of histological structure of rabbit kidney is reached postnatally by the end of the second week.

Key words: immunohistochemistry, nestin, FGF9, development, rabbit, glomerulus.



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