CYTOCLASMOSIS IN CENTRAL LYMPH PRODUCTION
- JW Shields
Electron microscopic observations and ancillary data are reviewed to show that lymphatic organs produce quantities of central lymph by releasing cytoplasm-depleted cells into colloidal hydrosols produced by cell fragmentation (cytoclasmosis).
How to Cite:
Shields, J., (1979) “CYTOCLASMOSIS IN CENTRAL LYMPH PRODUCTION”, Lymphology 12(2), 49-58.