zymogenic cell


zymogenic cell
Cells of the basal part of the gastric glands of the stomach. They contain extensive rough endoplasmic reticulum and zymogen granules and secrete pepsinogen, the inactive precursor of pepsin, and rennin.

Dictionary of molecular biology. 2004.

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