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Microscopic structure of pancreas
This image depicts the Islets of Langerhans surrounded by the adjacent clusters of digestive enzyme secreting acinar cells in the darker stained pink. Also depicted in the image are the blood vessels and ducts within the pancreas (as reviewed by Gittes 2009)
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