2. Fenestrated - kidneys, endocrine, and intestine
3. Sinusoidal - liver and hematopoeitic organs
Describe the formation of atherosclerosis?
damage -> LDL accumulates -> macrophages from media to intima eat LDL = foam cells -> release GF and cytokines -> smooth muscle cap formation-> years later cap calcifed and cracked -> clot formation or embolus formation
What are the 3 integral proteins of RBCs?
Band 3 proteins (HCO3 transport)
What do agranulocytes give rise to?
Lymphocytes(B cells, T cells, Null cells)
What are the functions of the granulocyte derivatives?