Glycogen in liver cells, TEM

Glycogen in liver cells, TEM

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Caption: Glycogen in liver cells, transmission electron micrograph (TEM). Glycogen (dark granules) is the storage form of glucose. It is produced and stored in the liver cells (hepatocytes).

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