|Location||Islets of Langerhans of pancreas|
|Function||Pancreatic polypeptide production|
|Anatomical terms of microanatomy|
Pancreatic polypeptide cells (PP cells), or formerly as gamma cells, or F cells, are cells which produce pancreatic polypeptides in the pancreatic islets (Islets of Langerhans) of the pancreas. They are very few in number and are polygonal in shape.
PP cells have very few organelles and few granules.
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