Equine laminitis: loss of hemidesmosomes in hoof secondary epidermal lamellae correlates to dose in an oligofructose induction model: an ultrastructural study

Equine laminitis: loss of hemidesmosomes in hoof secondary epidermal lamellae correlates to dose... Reasons for performing study: Light microscopical studies show that the key lesion of laminitis is separation at the hoof lamellar dermal‐epidermal interface. More precise knowledge of the damage occurring in the lamellar basement membrane zone may result if laminitis affected tissue is examined with the transmission electron microscope. This could lead to better understanding of the pathogenesis of lesions and the means of treatment or prevention. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Equine Veterinary Journal Wiley

Equine laminitis: loss of hemidesmosomes in hoof secondary epidermal lamellae correlates to dose in an oligofructose induction model: an ultrastructural study

Equine Veterinary Journal, Volume 36 (3) – Jan 1, 2004

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Wiley
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Copyright © 2004 Wiley Subscription Services
ISSN
0425-1644
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2042-3306
DOI
10.2746/0425164044877125
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Abstract

Reasons for performing study: Light microscopical studies show that the key lesion of laminitis is separation at the hoof lamellar dermal‐epidermal interface. More precise knowledge of the damage occurring in the lamellar basement membrane zone may result if laminitis affected tissue is examined with the transmission electron microscope. This could lead to better understanding of the pathogenesis of lesions and the means of treatment or prevention.

Journal

Equine Veterinary JournalWiley

Published: Jan 1, 2004

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References

  • Localisation of gelatinase activity in epidermal hoof lamellae by in situ zymography
    Mungall, B.A.; Pollitt, C.C.; Collins, R.
  • The basement membrane at the equine hoof dermal epidermal junction
    Pollitt, C.C.
  • Basement membrane pathology: a feature of acute equine laminitis
    Pollitt, C.C.

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