The organelles of the acinar cell are disposed in a characteristic pattern. Zymogen granules (ZG) are usually packed between the Golgi complexes (G) and the plasma membrane delimiting the acinar lumen (*), whereas stacked rough endoplasmic cisternae (RER) occupy the opposite pole of the cell.
KeywordsTight Junction Acinar Cell Rough Endoplasmic Reticulum Exocrine Pancreas Zymogen Granule
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