By S. Bachmann, Tatsuo Sakai, W. Kriz (auth.), Thomas Carlyle Jones D.V.M., D.Sc., Ulrich Mohr M.D., Ronald Duncan Hunt D.V.M. (eds.)
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The cells lining the Bowman's Unique Features of Anatomy, Histology, and Ultrastructure, Kidney, Mouse capsule in mice were noted by Yamada (1955 a, 1955b) to be different by electron microscopy from the cells overlying the visceral tuft, but the capsular cells were not described. The ultrastructure of the proximal convoluted tubules (excluding the most distal part) of the adult mouse kidney was described by Sj6strand and Rhodin (1953), who characterized the cells as being divided into three parts, the apical, intermediate, and basal zones.
Arey (1967) stated that the cell types are anatomically distinct but h~ve a common origin. Other investigators (pfetffer et al. 1940) suggested an alternative origin, that is, cells from the proximal tubule migrate to the capsular site. Fig. 23. Kidney, BALBI c ovariectomized female mous~, age unknown; given a pelIet conta~n~ng testosterone ~rop~ onate in cholesterol. Note masculImzed capsular epithelIum in continuity with celIs of proximal convoluted tubule. (arrow) . e cuboidal epithelium represents a fetal type of eptthelium that is a result of arrested development (Risak 1928).
Proc Soc Exp Bioi Med 42: 688-689 Gorgas K (1978) Structure and innervation of the juxtaglomerular apparatus of the rat. Adv Anat Embryol Cell Bioi 54: 3-83 (English abstract) Grantham JJ (1971) Mode of water transport in mammalian renal collecting tubules. Fed Proc 30: 14-21 Grantham JJ, Burg MB (1966) Effect of vasopressin and cyclic AMP on permeability of isolated collecting tubules. Am J Physiol211: 255-259 Hansen GP, Tisher CC, Robinson RR (1980) Response of the collecting duct to disturbance of acid-base and potassium balance.
Urinary System by S. Bachmann, Tatsuo Sakai, W. Kriz (auth.), Thomas Carlyle Jones D.V.M., D.Sc., Ulrich Mohr M.D., Ronald Duncan Hunt D.V.M. (eds.)