Mesothelial cells create a unique layer of paved-like cells that line the body’s serious cavities and internal organs. The primary function of this layer, termed the mesothelium, is to provide a slippery, non-adhesive and protective surface.
The n body contains many different types of cells, each of which has a specific function. In fact, some estimates suggest that within a human body there are up to 200 trillion cells! A lining of cells covers almost every organ inside the body; these cells are known as epithelial cells by scientists and doctors.