Endocytotic Epithelium, TEM

Endocytotic Epithelium, TEM

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Caption: Transmission electron micrograph of the principal cells of the lining epithelium of the human epididymal duct, containing multivesicular bodies and other lysosomes. This epithelium is active in endocytosis; coated vesicles and multivesicular bodies are a conspicuous feature of their apical cytoplasm. The more common dense lysosomes are also abundant.

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