Evidence for intussusceptive capillary growth in the chicken chorio-allantoic membrane (CAM) View Full Text


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1993-02

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Sybill Patan, Beat Haenni, Peter H. Burri

ABSTRACT

The aim of our investigations was to test whether the chicken chorio-allantoic membrane (CAM) could be an adequate in vivo model for a new mode of capillary growth, originally described in the rat lung and termed intussusceptive microvascular growth. According to that concept the capillary system does not grow by sprouting of vessels, but expands by insertion of transcapillary tissue pillars or posts which form new intercapillary meshes. In the present study, we observed slender transcapillary tissue pillars with diameters around 1 microns in the CAM by in vivo microscopy, and analyzed their ultrastructure by transmission electron microscopic investigation of serial sections. The pillars corresponded in size to those previously described in rat lung microvasculature. On day 7, the pillar core contained endothelial-, endothelial-like cells and collagen fibers, and on day 12 additionally chorionic epithelial cells. As a hypothesis we propose that slender cytoplasmic extensions of endothelial cells, heavily interdigitated in the post area and often projecting into the vascular lumen, could initiate the first step of pillar formation, i.e., interconnect opposite capillary walls. During both stages of development endothelial-like cells were observed in close relationship with the pillars. These cells seem to be relevant for tissue post completion and growth, as they were found to invade the core of the pillars. From the localization of the interendothelial junctions in the post region, a certain similarity to the concept proposed for the lung can be found. The observations confirm that the CAM is a very suitable material for the in vivo investigation of intussusceptive capillary growth. More... »

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121-130

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