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Caveola

Introduction: Caveola

Description of Caveola

Caveola: small pit, depression, or invagination, such as any of the minute pits or incuppings of the cell membrane formed during pinocytosis, which close and then pinch off to form small, free, fluid filled vesicles or pinosomes in the cytoplasm.
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