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Aggregate glands

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Aggregate glands --> Peyer's patches

lymphoid organs located in the sub mucosal tissue of the mammalian gut containing very high proportions of iga secreting precursor cells. The patches have B and t dependent regions and germinal centres. A specialised epithelium lies between the patch and the intestine. Involved in gut associated immunity.