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They enlarge and the nucleus becomes more oval than horseshoe shaped but they still contain their dense granules and subcellular organelles are sparse‚ which identifies these cells to be monocytes (Fig. 4b). Occasionally‚ the immigrated non-muscle cells contain only a small cytoplasmic body‚ and the nucleus shows a chromatin distribution characteristic of lymphocytes (Fig. 4c). Monocytes typically exhibit small pseudopods along the cell membrane but the basement membrane is absent‚ which is a diagnostic criterion for the non-SMC nature of these cells (Fig.
Based on the findings from skeletal muscle studies‚ it is concluded that the reduction of desmin in the tunica media plays an important role in the development of collateral vessels leading to a decrease in wall tension and facilitating the outward expansion of the wall. Furthermore‚ the lack of desmin in SMCs of the neointima and the reduction of muscle actin indicate that these cells will not significantly contribute to vasoconstriction or vasodilation. Calponin‚ which is an actin-binding protein involved in the regulation of smooth muscle shortening velocity‚ is a smooth muscle differentiationspecific protein.
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