Hepatic Glycogen, TEM

Hepatic Glycogen, TEM

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Credit: DON W. FAWCETT/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: Color enhanced transmission electron micrograph of a hepatic cell from a fasted hamster after an injection of cortisone. In mammalian liver, glycogen appears in the form of coarse rosettes or alpha particles. It is concentrated in areas rich in smooth endoplasmic reticulum, occupying the interstices among the membrane-limited circular and elongated profiles of the reticulum.

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Keywords: alpha particle, cell, cellular, cortisone, digestion, digestive, endoplasmic reticulum, glycogen, hamster cell, hamster hepatic cell, hepatic, histological, histology, liver, medical, medical imaging, micrography, microscopy, rosette, science, smooth endoplasmic reticulum, tem, transmission electron micrograph, transmission electron microscopy

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