Friederici, H. H. R.
April 1965
Angiology;Apr1965, Vol. 16 Issue 4, p163
Academic Journal
Under conditions of increased permeability of peripheral capillaries small cytoplasmic protrusions of endothelial cells may penetrate into and extend beyond the basement membrane, giving rise to small vesicles. This phenomenon may represent a mechanism of release of material from the endothelium in to the pericapillary space.


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