Extravascular cells within the perisinusoidal space of the avian liver

@article{Purton2005ExtravascularCW,
  title={Extravascular cells within the perisinusoidal space of the avian liver},
  author={M. Purton},
  journal={Experientia},
  year={2005},
  volume={32},
  pages={737-740}
}
  • M. Purton
  • Published 2005
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Experientia
Ultrastructural studies of the perisinusoidal space in the avian liver have demonstrated the presence of 2 extravascular cell types—a fat-storing cell and a free mesenchyme cell or histiocyte. This latter cell type is capable of participating in the formation of a bile canaliculus with the hepatic parenchymal cell. The possibility of the fatstoring cell differentiating from the histiocyte is suggested. 
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