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Electron-microscopic characteristics of amyloid resorption

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Abstract

In experiments on CBA mice, in which an amyloid spleen was transplated beneath the capsule of the kidney in intact and amyloid mice, an electron-microscopic investigation was made of amyloid resorption. The results indicated that macrophages, performing the function of amyloidoclasts, participate in amyloid resorption. The dynamics of amyloidoclasia was studied.

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Tikhonova, G.N., Chebyshev, A.P. Electron-microscopic characteristics of amyloid resorption. Bull Exp Biol Med 80, 1384–1386 (1975). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00835195

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Key Words

  • amyloid resorption
  • macrophages
  • amyloidoclasts