EXPERIMENTAL OBSERVATION OF TRANSPLANTATION OF CULTURED NEWBORN PIG PANCREATIC ISLET CELLS
Gou Hanmei, Wang Huifang Jiang Wei, et al (Department of Endocriology, First Affdiated Hospital)
In this article, we report the pancreatic islet cells function of newborn pig pancreatic tissues cultured by Ham F_(10), and the condition of graft survived into the bodies of Sprague-Dawley rats, and also study the influence of Glycyrrhiza uralensis to the grafts. The cultured islet cells of newborn pig were transplanted into the mesenteric cavities (the first second group), kidney cystic(the third group) and brain tissucs (the fourth group) of the 4 groups adult Sprague-Dawley rats. The first group rats drank Glycyrrhiza uralensis water, after 8～11weeks of operation a examination pathological was made with the cut graft The results showed that the first and second group grafts survived over 11weeks, and survived better the group drunk the Glycyrrhiza uralensis water was much better than other. The purpose of this experiment is to find the heteropolar source of pancreatic tissues offering body.