The proximal border of the human respiratory unit, as shown by scanning and transmission electron microscopy and light microscopical cytochemistry.

@article{HaveOpbroek1991ThePB,
  title={The proximal border of the human respiratory unit, as shown by scanning and transmission electron microscopy and light microscopical cytochemistry.},
  author={A A ten Have-Opbroek and Caroline J. M. Otto-Verberne and Jacqueline A. Dubbeldam and J H D{\"y}kman},
  journal={The Anatomical record},
  year={1991},
  volume={229 3},
  pages={339-54}
}
The epithelial cell types present in respiratory (= distal alveolarized) and terminal (= distal nonalveolarized) bronchioles in adult human lung were characterized with scanning and transmission electron microscopy (SEM, TEM) and light microscopic cytochemistry, using specific antibodies against surfactant protein SP-A and mucins, and Alcian blue/periodic acid-Schiff (AB/PAS) staining. In the respiratory bronchiole, two epithelial cell populations share the same basal lamina: one… CONTINUE READING
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