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Autor     Zhongming Chen, Nili Jin, Telugu Narasaraju, Jiwang Chen, Lucas R. McFarland, Mary Scott, Lin Liu
Titel    Identification of two novel markers for alveolar epithelial type I and II cells
Zeitschrift    Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications
Verlag    Elsevier
Ausgabe    319
Jahr    2004
Seiten    774–780
DOI    10.1016/j.bbrc.2004.05.048
URL    http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0006291X04010058

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Alveoli are the gas exchange units of the lung and the alveolar epithelium adapts to this functional role by developing two highly specialized alveolar epithelial cell types, which are morphologically and functionally different.[...] AECII consist of about 15% of the distal lung cells and occupy 5% of the alveolar surface (Crapo et al., 1978; Crapo et al., 1982; Haies et al., 1981). [...] AECII synthesize and secrete lung surfactant, a protein-lipid complex and surface-active material. Lung surfactant stabilizes alveoli by reducing the surface tension. [...] AECII also maintain the alveolar epithelium by cell proliferation and differentiation, minimize alveolar fluid by transport of sodium from the apical to the basolateral side, and alter the inflammatory process by secretion of growth factors and cytokines.

In contrast to AECII, AECI contribute 7% of total lung cells and cover more than 95% of the alveolar surface. This thin epithelium allows the easy diffusion of gases and forms a barrier against the indiscriminate leakage of fluid into alveolar spaces. It also regulates the exchange of physiologically important solutes and water between circulating blood and the alveolar space.

Alveoli are the gas exchange units of the lung. The alveolar epithelium adapts to this functional role by developing two highly specialized alveolar epithelial cells, cuboidal type II (AEC II) and squamous type I (AEC I). AEC II consist of about 15% of the distal lung cells and occupy 5% of the alveolar surface. AEC II synthesize and secrete lung surfactant, a protein-lipid complex and surface-active material. Lung surfactant stabilizes alveoli by reducing the surface tension. AEC II also maintain the alveolar epithelium by cell proliferation and differentiation, minimize alveolar fluid by transport of sodium from the apical to the basolateral side, and alter the inflammatory process by the secretion of growth factors and cytokines. [...]

AEC I contribute 7% of total lung cells and cover over 95% of the alveolar surface. This thin epithelium allows the easy diffusion of gases and forms a barrier against the indiscriminate leakage of fluid into alveolar spaces. It also regulates the exchange of physiologically important solutes and water between circulating blood and the alveolar space.

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