In which region are chief cells located in the gastric gland?

 # Chief cells are located in gastric gland in the region?
 A. Fundus
 B. Isthmus
C. Neck
D. Equally spread

The correct answer is A. Fundus.

Gastric gland is composed of three types of cells:
A. Mucous neck cells - secrete mainly mucus but also some pepsinogen
B. Peptic/chief cells - Secrete pepsinogen in body and fundus
C. Parietal/Oxyntic cells- Secrete hydrochloric acid and intrinsic factor

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