In situ immunophenotyping study of endothelial cells of the human hepatic sinusoid: results and functional implications.

@article{Scoazec1991InSI,
  title={In situ immunophenotyping study of endothelial cells of the human hepatic sinusoid: results and functional implications.},
  author={Jean Yves Scoazec and G{\'e}rard Feldmann},
  journal={Hepatology},
  year={1991},
  volume={14 5},
  pages={789-97}
}
Hepatic sinusoids are highly specialized capillary vessels characterized by the presence of resident macrophages adhering to the endothelial lining. Although it is likely that sinusoidal endothelial cells have specific adaptations, little is known about the roles that they actually play in vivo. We therefore designed an in situ immunophenotyping study of sinusoidal endothelial cells in normal human liver to compare this population with those of the other vascular compartments of the liver and… CONTINUE READING

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