Capillary Mouse myocardium continuous endothelium hemoglobin tracer in caveolae
Palade, George E Simeonescu, Maya Simeonescu, Nicolae
New Haven, CT Yale University School of Medicine 10/24/1961
3.25 in. x 4 in.
3.25 in. x 4 in. Lantern Slides Original Magnification: x84,000 Hemoglobin, used as a tracer, is seen in the lumen of a capillary lined by a continuous endothelium, in endothelial caveolae, and in the extracellular space. Tracers such as hemoglobin or small heme-peptides were used by these investigators to demonstrate the role of caveolae in transcytosis of molecules across continuous capillary endothelial cells.
Jamieson, James D
transmission electron micrograph
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Yale University School of Medicine, Department of Cell Biology
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See Simeonescu, N., M. Simeonescu, and G. E. Palade. 1975. Permeability of muscle capillaries to small heme-peptides. Evidence for the existence of patent transendothelial channels. J. Cell Biol. 64:586-607.
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