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Lysosomal Storage Disease: Revealing Lysosomal Function and Physiology - Figure 3

This figure shows the morphology of storage compartments commonly observed lysosomal storage disorders: (A) floccular-granular storage, (B) lipid whorls, (C) zebra bodies, and (D) autophagic vacuoles.

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Authors and Editors: Doug A. Brooks of South Australian Pathology Services, Glenn N. Borlace of South Australian Pathology Services, Revecca Plew of South Australian Pathology Services, Mark Prodoehl of South Australian Pathology Services, Tetyana Shandala of South Australian Pathology Services, Emma J. Parkinson-Lawrence of South Australian Pathology Services
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