These can be categorised as: Parenchymal: hepatocytes. Hepatocytes radiate from the central vein, forming anastomosing plates or trabeculae, and rows of cells. The sinusoids are interposed between the rows. Non-parenchymal:
Sinusoidal endothelial cells, which are involved in macromolecular clearance, storage of vitamin A and the metabolism of lipoprotein. The endothelial cells are fenestrated and do not contain a basement membrane.
a Kupffer cells (derived from macrophages).
ti Bile duct epithelial cells.
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