Intertubular topography in the bovine testis

@article{Wrobel1981IntertubularTI,
  title={Intertubular topography in the bovine testis},
  author={Prof. Dr. Dr. Karl-Heinz Wrobel and Fred Sinowatz and Roswitha Mademann},
  journal={Cell and Tissue Research},
  year={1981},
  volume={217},
  pages={289-310}
}
The intertubular stroma of the bovine testis is composed of narrow strands between two adjacent tubules and larger tri- and quadrangular interstices between three to four tubules. The latter contain the majority of Leydig cells, larger blood vessels and testicular lymph vessels. Ley dig cells occur in groups or cords, not every cell being in close contact to a capillary, lymph vessel or venule. Between adjacent Leydig cells intercellular canaliculi and gap junctions are frequently encountered… CONTINUE READING

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