Basal lamina of human seminiferous tubule—Its role in material transport

@article{Chakraborty1976BasalLO,
  title={Basal lamina of human seminiferous tubule—Its role in material transport},
  author={Dr. Jyotsna Chakraborty and Leonard Nelson and J. S. Jhunjhunwala and Marian G. Young and Kathryn Kropp},
  journal={Cell and Tissue Research},
  year={1976},
  volume={174},
  pages={261-271}
}
Electron microscopy of testicular biopsies obtained from two adult males with tunica vaginal hydrocele revealed some protrusions from the basal lamina to the germinal epithelium in the seminiferous tubule. The protrusions were of three types: some between the spermatogonia and Sertoli cells, some directly within the Sertoli cell cytoplasm and others inside the spermatogonia. The protrusions inside the spermatogonia were only 0.5 μm deep whereas the other types were from 1–11 μm deep… CONTINUE READING
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