Morphology and function of lacrimal gland acinar cells in primary culture.

@article{Hann1989MorphologyAF,
  title={Morphology and function of lacrimal gland acinar cells in primary culture.},
  author={L E Hann and Jeffrey B. Tatro and David A. Sullivan},
  journal={Investigative ophthalmology & visual science},
  year={1989},
  volume={30 1},
  pages={145-58}
}
The objectives of the current investigation were fourfold: (1) to establish an effective procedure for the isolation of acinar cells from the rat lacrimal gland; (2) to evaluate the functional capacity of freshly isolated cells; (3) to determine defined culture conditions which permit maintenance of viable, differentiated cells, as well as secretory component (SC) production, during long-term culture; and (4) to characterize the morphological features of cultured cells. Acinar cells were… CONTINUE READING
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