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File:Blood cell crossing vascular sinus wall - TEM.jpg

Description Transmission electron micrscope image of a thin section cut through an area of bone marrow area near the cartilage/bone interface in a mouse kneecap. Image shows small opening in the thin endotheliun of the vascular sinus wall, where a blood cell is crossing the thin vascular sinus wall and into the sinus lumen. JEOL 100CX TEM
Author Louisa Howard, Roy Fava
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