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Intracellular pathways of endocytosed transferrin and non-specific tracers in epithelial cells lining the rete testis of the rat

Cell and Tissue Research

Jan 1, 1986

C R Morales, L Hermo

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The uptake and pathway of different markers and ligands for fluid-phase, adsorptive and receptor mediated endocytosis were analyzed in the epithelial cells lining the rete testis after their infusion into the lumen of these anastomotic channels. At 2 min after injection, diferric transf...read more

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Endocytosis
Structure of Rete Testis
Hormone Receptors, Cell Surface
Transferrin C
Transferrin B
Tf
Testis
Lysosomes
Cytochemistry
Transferrin Receptor
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Intracellular pathways of endocytosed transferrin and non-specific tracers in epithelial cells lining the rete testis of the rat

Cell and Tissue Research

Jan 1, 1986

C R Morales, L Hermo

PMID: 3017563

DOI: 10.1007/bf00213938

Abstract

The uptake and pathway of different markers and ligands for fluid-phase, adsorptive and receptor mediated endocytosis were analyzed in the epithelial cells lining the rete testis after their infusion into the lumen of these anastomotic channels. At 2 min after injection, diferric transf...read more

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Endocytosis
Structure of Rete Testis
Hormone Receptors, Cell Surface
Transferrin C
Transferrin B
Tf
Testis
Lysosomes
Cytochemistry
Transferrin Receptor

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