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Leber

  • G. Löffler
  • D. Häussinger
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Zusammenfassung

Die Leber ist eines der größten Organe des Organismus. Sie besteht zu etwa 70% aus Parenchymzellen und zu 30% aus Zellen der Gallengangsepithelien, Zellen des reticuloendothelialen Systems, den Kupfferzellen, den Sternzellen und Endothelzellen. In der Leber laufen die meisten der heute bekannten Reaktionen des Intermediärstoffwechsels ab.

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