Liver Bile Canaliculi and Sinusoids SEM
Scanning electron micrographs of a fractured surface of rat livers. (a) Control liver. Note the chicken wire-like anastomosing network of bile canaliculi. Canalicular lumina are uniformly filled with microvilli.
arrowheads - bile canaliculi (channels shown shown as narrow paired lines)
S - sinusoid
Watanabe N, Tsukada N, Smith CR & Phillips MJ. (1991). Motility of bile canaliculi in the living animal: implications for bile flow. J. Cell Biol. , 113, 1069-80. PMID: 2040644
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Figure 8 panel A cropped, resized and relabelled with PMID.
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