International Review of Cytology, Vol. 29 by G.H. Bourne, J.F. Danielli, K.W. Jeon (Eds.)

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An endocapillary coat has been demonstrated morphologically only in a variety of invertebrate animals (Hama, I 960a), particularly in the capillaries of the earthworm Eisenia foetida (Hama, 1960b) and in rat capillaries after thermal injury and experimental venous congestion (Cotran, I 96 5 ) . The frequent appearance of filamentous or amorphous aggregates over the inner plasma membrane of endothelial cells is considered an artifact because of their irregular occurrence (Majno, 1965). The close apposition between red blood cell membranes and the inner side of endothelial cells, which may be separated by a space approximately 100 A wide, led Majno (1961) to consider that if an internal coat lines all capillaries, the layer either must be of molecular dimensions or must be easily removed by circulating red blood cells.

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