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The secretory process of salivary glands and pancreas

  • Arthur R. Hand
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Part of the Electron Microscopy in Biology and Medicine book series (EMBM, volume 6)

Abstract

The study of secretory cells and the definition of the secretory process have been at the forefront of modern cell biology since the inception of this field in the early 1950s. Secretory cells, particularly the acinar cells of the exocrine pancreas, presented a unique opportunity for cell biologists, who were in the process of marrying biochemistry and morphology: Here was a cell with virtually a single-minded mission, to produce and release large amounts of digestive enzymes, whose appearance in the microscope could be correlated with reactions in the test tube and that could be induced to perform its functions by physiological manipulations or the application of readily available drugs. Since almost all cells secrete proteins, these pioneering studies found wide application, and they spawned the development of methodological approaches and technological advances too numerous to mention.

Keywords

Secretory Protein Golgi Apparatus Acinar Cell Secretory Granule Secretory Process 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Arthur R. Hand
    • 1
  1. 1.NIDR, NIHBethesdaUSA

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