D Rancaño

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Light- and electron-microscopic features of pigmented cells in the cat pineal gland are described. These cells were observed throughout postnatal life from the second postnatal day to the oldest cats studied (up to 13 years old). No apparent relationship was observed among the amount of pigment and the animal age or sex. Pigmented cells showed a(More)
The ultrastructure of the pineal gland in the adult cat is described and compared with that of other mammals. Connective tissue spaces showed capillaries with nonfenestrated endothelia and numerous unmyelinated nerve fibers. In the proximal region of the gland, myelinated nerve fibers coming from the anterior commissure were also found. Cat pinealocytes(More)
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