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any small compartment

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Mammary histology and alveolar cell differentiation during late gestation and early lactation in mammary tissue of beef and dairy heifers.
Tissue sections of mammary glands of mastitic cattle revealed low, negligible or altogether no activity (staining) of alkaline phosphatase on the outer membrane of alveolar cells.
Type II alveolar cells are responsible for secreting surfactant, a material that helps stabilize the lung's air sacs during respiration.
Type II alveolar cells also can turn into type I alveolar cells, which form the thin, blood-gas barrier through which gas exchange occurs during respiration.
Bronchial adenoma producing an alveolar cell carcinoma pattern.
TAZ expression levels in the alveolar cells of NSIP cellular-type patients tended to be higher than those of the fibrotic-type patients, but the difference was not statistically significant [Figure 1]c.
During the maturation of the lung, the parenchyma in this phase was composed of alveolar cells, thereby reaching the alveolar phase.
The lung epithelium, specifically type II alveolar cells, is damaged by these cells and their products, with resultant disruption of the alveolar-capillary interface and increased pulmonary microvascular permeability.
tuberculosis grown in the presence of oxygen and absence of oxygen to adhere to and invade A549 alveolar cells [7, 8].
Though Ebola virus has been detected in human alveolar cells, as Vincent Racaniello, virologist at Columbia University, explained to me, that doesn't mean it can replicate in the airways enough to allow transmission.
The Scl-34A2 gene encodes a type IIb sodium phosphate cotransporter that is expressed in type II alveolar cells.