Age-related pseudocapillarization of the human liver
Age-related changes in liver function are important because they may promote susceptibility to adverse drug reactions, neurotoxicity, atherosclerosis, and other important diseases in older people. Age-related changes in the rat hepatic sinusoidal endothelium, termed pseudocapillarization, have been described recently and these may contribute to hepatic impairment. The present study has examined surgical and post-mortem specimens with immunohistochemistry and transmission electron microscopy to...[Show more]
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