Role of laminin in the attachment of PAM 212 ( epithelial ) cells to basement membrane collagen . Cell 1980 ; 22 : 719-726 . ( 50 ) VLODAVSKY I , ARIAV Y ,
ATZMON R , et al . Tumor cell attachment to the vascular endothelium and ...
Models need to be developed , for us to understand the steps of the injury , the
loss of gap junctions between highly organized endothelial cells , and to see
whether injury to endothelium is a necessary component of injury to the basement ...
Introduction Basement membranes are found wherever cells meet the
intercellular matrix , and provide a barrier 100 - 150 nm thick between the cells
and the fibrous connective tissue . For example , they occur as the underlying endothelium of ...
The difference could be explained either by postulating that the basement membrane of muscle capillaries is freely ... transport across the endothelium is
not conclusively demonstrated , since the tracer can reach the vascular lumina
via the ...
A Tunica intima B Endothelium Basement membrane Elastic artery Large vein Blood vessel walls of A artery and B vein, showing the layers of the vessels and the comparative thicknesses of tissue layers. C Seen here in cross-section is a ...
Author: Judy Craft
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The experiments described here were performed to test the hypothesis that injury
of the endothelium also causes damage to the adjacent vascular basement membrane , which in turn facilitates the pasage of cancer cells across the vessel
Proceedings of the International Symposium on Basement Membranes Held in
Mishima (Japan) on June 24-26, 1985 Seiichi ... of the cornea , nictitating
membrane , and eyelid , but not with those of the corneal or vascular endothelium
at the interstitial surface of each basement membrane . In Figure 3 , in areas
areas where the endothelial and the cardiac muscle basement membrane
appear locally fused , the sites are located equidistant from the two cell surfaces .
Series Editors : B . M . Altura , Brooklyn , N . Y . , E . Davis , Jerusalem , and H .
Harders , Hamburg ISSN 0065 – 2938 Vascular Endothelium and Basement Membranes Volume Editor : B . M . Altura , Brooklyn , N . Y . XII + 348 p . , 82 fig . ,
Author: University of Chicago. Medical Schools. Dept. of MedicinePublish On: 1969
These particles crossed the basement membrane and passed between the
epithelial foot processes into Bowman's space. ... The tracer crossed the endothelial cell trapped within vesicles and finally entered the basement membrane and ...
Author: University of Chicago. Medical Schools. Dept. of Medicine
Within 1 day of tumor implantation , before capillary sprouts developed , the
normally continuous basement membrane surrounding existing vessels became
fragmented . Within 2 days , endothelial cells extended large pseudopods
Author: Ruben Adler
The Retina A Model for Cell Biology Studies Part_2 ...
There are three main components to the capillary: endothelium, basement membrane, and pericyte (Fig.2). The endothelium is formed by a large number of
flat, irregularly shaped endothelial cells, attached end to end and arranged to
form a ...
Author: Royal Society (Great Britain)Publish On: 1967
analogy which has been drawn ( Bennett 1963 ) between vascular basement membrane and such structures as the ... Once separated it lifted away from the endothelium and appeared folded , either from stretching or from cell shrinkage .
Here are the foot processes that are attached to the external surface of the
membrane . What one sees as the basement membrane in light microscopy is
really composed of the peripherally attenuated sheet of the endothelium , the
The fenestrated endothelium of a subepithelial capillary extends across the
middle of the figure . The dye has been deposited in a single row of dense
particles along the interstitial surface of the capillary basement membrane . At the
base of ...
In vitro models of adhesion and penetration of endothelium and basement membrane by tumour cells Several recent studies with in vitro systems have
sought to analyse the mechanisms whereby tumour cells leave blood - vessels .
Majno ( 1965 ) has proposed that the basement membrane plays a role in
filtration , allowing the passage of water and small molecules , but retaining
colloidal particles of a given size . Tight junctions between the adjacent endothelial cells ...
The endothelial basement membrane splits to enclose immediately adjacent
structures such as pericytes or smooth muscle ... Except for those with a
discontinuous endothelium , vascular endothelium is supported by a basement
1 ) The endothelium covers the inner surface of the glomerular basement membrane where this faces the capillary lumina , and the luminal surfaces of ... The endothelial cells consist of only a single layer of cells , with distinct cell
Key words Basement membrane – 13-hydroxy-octadecadienoic acid (13HODE) -
Vascular thromboresistance Summary ... In vivo, the subendothelium of segments
of rabbit carotid arteries was exposed by removing the endothelial cells by air ...