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Kupffer cells

Kupffer cells

large star-shaped or pyramidal cells with a large oval nucleus and a small prominent nucleolus. These intensely phagocytic cells line the walls of the sinusoids of the liver and form a part of the reticuloendothelial system.


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... to those macrophages... as we have different terms for macrophages -Kupffer calls [ liver] macrogleal cell [in brain]...?cells [ testes/seminal vesicle ??? ] They just put a specific name for macrophage. Basically, ...

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... to those macrophages... as we have different terms for macrophages -Kupffer calls [ liver] macrogleal cell [in brain]...?cells [ testes/seminal vesicle ??? ] hrushikesh

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1. The parietal cells in the mucosa of the stomach secret hydrochloric acid that destroys bacteria and most toxins in stomach. 2.. The stellate reticuloendothelial (Kupffer) cells of the liver phagocytize aged red blood cells and white blood cells and some bacteria.

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