Similar to that found in SYT cavies, Kmiec and Kaczmarczyk (2004) studied the cellular composition of medullar region of adrenal gland in Cavia porcellus and observed the granular appearance of vesicles present in chromaffin cells
Phospholipase D in calcium-regulated exocytosis: lessons from chromaffin cells
Age-dependent regulation of chromaffin cell
proliferation by growth factors, dehydroepiandrosterone (DHEA), and DHEA sulfate.
In additional ex vivo experiments, we investigated protein expression levels in the postsynaptic density (PSD) and catecholamine release from chromaffin cells
to further reveal underlying mechanisms.
1) Chromaffin cells
are immobilized on a glass fiber filter within a plastic filter holder to allow continuous superfusion of the cells with a balanced salt solution (BSS).
The cells, called chromaffin cells
, have large vesicles, 200 nanometers (nm) across.
These cell stain yellow brown with the chrome salts and hence are called chromaffin cells
Malignancy is normally determined by evidence of infiltration of surrounding tissues or by the spread of disease to distant sites, particularly those where chromaffin cells
are not usually found (eg, lymph nodes, bone).
The hypothesis is that bovine adrenal chromaffin cells
express multiple subtypes that can be identified using receptor protection assays.
Medullary chromaffin cells
damage also was extensive and characterised by organelle swelling, including granule containing vesicles and Golgi, FIG.
Immortalized Chromaffin Cells
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Indeed, chromaffin cells
can undergo a morphological transdifferentiation into sympathetic neuron-like cells, in response to NGF both in vivo and in vitro, a feature known as chromaffin cell