Chloride cells and chloride exchange in the skin of a sea-water teleost, the shanny (Blennius pholis L.)

@article{Nonnotte1979ChlorideCA,
  title={Chloride cells and chloride exchange in the skin of a sea-water teleost, the shanny (Blennius pholis L.)},
  author={Dr. Guy Nonnotte and Liliane Nonnotte and Raymond Kirsch},
  journal={Cell and Tissue Research},
  year={1979},
  volume={199},
  pages={387-396}
}
The fine structure of the skin and its importance in chloride outfluxes were investigated in a sea-water teleost, the shanny (Blennius pholis L.). The epidermis is composed of three cells types: epithelial cells, mucous cells and chloride cells. These chloride cells typically contain a great number of mitochondria and an extensive agranular reticulum extending through the whole cell body. They open at the surface of the epidermis into an apical pit. An undifferentiated small cell is often… CONTINUE READING

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