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Fig. 7 | Thrombosis Journal

Fig. 7

From: New horizon in platelet function: with special reference to a recently-found molecule, CLEC-2

Fig. 7

BM arteriolar stromal cells are podoplanin-positive. There are three type of vessels in the bone marrow, arterioles, sinusoids and lymphatic vessels. Only the bone marrow (BM) arteriolar stromal cells (CD31- and Sca-1-positive) are podoplanin-positive, and these cells are tentatively termed as BM fibroblastic reticular cell (FRC)-like cells. BM-FRC-like cells surround arterioles as illustrated in the right inlet

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