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Figure 2: Immunoreactivity of ileum for NSE and S-100. (A) micrograph (40×) at 15 weeks immunostained with anti S-100 antibodies. The myenteric neurons are small and round and not arranged into distinct ganglia (arrow). (B) (10×) at 18 weeks immunostained with anti NSE antibodies. Submucosal neurons show weak positivity (arrow). (C) (40×) at 20 weeks immunostained with anti S-100 antibodies. The myenteric glia is immunopositive for S-100 (arrow). (D) (10×) at 28 weeks immunostained with anti S-100 antibodies. The myenteric and submucosal plexuses show very strong immunoreactivity for S-100 (arrow heads). L – lumen of the ileum; v – villi; LM – longitudinal muscle layer; CM – circular muscle layer. Scale bars 10 µm (A & C) and 20 µm (B & D)

Figure 2: Immunoreactivity of ileum for NSE and S-100. (A) micrograph (40×) at 15 weeks immunostained with anti S-100 antibodies. The myenteric neurons are small and round and not arranged into distinct ganglia (arrow). (B) (10×) at 18 weeks immunostained with anti NSE antibodies. Submucosal neurons show weak positivity (arrow). (C) (40×) at 20 weeks immunostained with anti S-100 antibodies. The myenteric glia is immunopositive for S-100 (arrow). (D) (10×) at 28 weeks immunostained with anti S-100 antibodies. The myenteric and submucosal plexuses show very strong immunoreactivity for S-100 (arrow heads). L – lumen of the ileum; v – villi; LM – longitudinal muscle layer; CM – circular muscle layer. Scale bars 10 µm (A & C) and 20 µm (B & D)