Great article! I think pumpkin seed oil is amazingly good. This coming from someone who was a bit skeptical at first about its taste. My boyfriend introduced me to this stuff. He’s originally from Slovenia and this product is basically common is Slovenia, Austria, Hungary, Croatia. Its an export commodity in Slovenia and Austria. He’s a great cook so I figured I would take a chance. We put it on radishes and sprinkle sea salt. It’s so addicting and delicous! I just bought another bottle tonight! Every food item he’s brought back from Europe, so far, seems to taste better than anything I get here.. ha! 🙂
Enteroendocrine cells have traditionally been recognized by their affinity for certain metal stains, hence the older terms chromaffin cells (having an affinity for chromium) and argentaffin cells or argyrophil cells (having an affinity for silver). With sufficient resolution, these cells can sometimes be recognized in routine light microscopic preparations by their relatively pale cytoplasm with a broad base and a basal concentration of secretory vesicles (in contrast to the apical concentration of secretory vesicles for exocrine serous cells or mucous cells ). Immunocytochemical methods are preferred for demonstrating and properly identifying the various types of enteroendocrine cells.