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What occupies the interfibrillar space? How do large ECM macromolecules move through the dense basal lamina? We can be certain of the answers to none of these questions, but it is likely that interactions between the collagens and the other ECM components will play an important part in morphogenesis, because the stroma forms in a domain insulated by the basal lamina from the cells that synthesize them. The most likely mechanism as to how collagen fibrils become orthogonally organized is that the stromal structure arises through a complex self-assembly system whose details are unknown (Trelstad and Coulombre, 1971).