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Table 1 Distribution of NDRG1 protein in canine tissues and cells

From: Cell and context-dependent sorting of neuropathy-associated protein NDRG1 – insights from canine tissues and primary Schwann cell cultures

Organ Cell type Epithelial (E)
Mesenchymal (M)
Neural (N)
NDRG1 staining pattern
Cytoplasmica Basolateral Nuclear Centrosomal
Kidney Epithelium, proximal tubules E + +   
Jejunum, colon Epithelium E   + + +
Smooth muscle cells M +    
Lung Epithelium, bronchioles E + +   
Club cells E +    
Liver Epithelium, bile ducts E +    
Pancreas Acinar cells E + + + +
Ovary Granulosa cells E   +   
Cells of the corpus luteum E +    
Uterus Epithelium of the endometrium E +    
Smooth muscle cells of the myometrium M +    
Testicle Spermatogonia M    +  
Spermatids M Midpiece    
Prostate Secretory epithelium E + + + +
Lungs Epithelium of the bronchioles E + +   
Spleen, lymph nodes Dendritic cells M +   +  
Macrophages in the wall of ellipsoids M +    
Blood vessels Endothelium E +    
Smooth muscle cells M +    
Cerebral cortex Oligodendrocytes N +   +  
Cerebellum Purkinje neurons N +    
Oligodendrocytes N +   +  
Spinal cord Oligodendrocytes N +   +  
Peripheral nerves Schwann cells N +   +  
Schwann cell culture   N +   + +
  1. aThe cytoplasmic staining was mostly diffuse, but in some tissues, a distinct granular pattern was observed, such as the bile ducts and cells of the corpus luteum
  2. Note: All the different cell types in a tissue were evaluated. Only positively stained cells are included in the table