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Synonyms for cell

Synonyms for cell

any small compartment

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small room in which a monk or nun lives


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Histological examination revealed mesenchymal stem cell nest in the decellularized scaffolds (Fig.
The histological sections were used to measure the height of digestive cells, the length of the striated border, the nuclear area and the area of the regenerative cell nests.
Flattened sustentacular cells can sometimes be highlighted in the periphery of the cell nests with S-100 protein.
Cell nests were separated by thin fibrous bands and, at places, pink hyaline material.
The characteristic cell nests surrounded by highly vascularized stroma ("zellballen pattern") support the diagnosis of paraganglioma.
Prominent epithelial infiltration by lymphocytes is characteristic (figure, B), as is the presence of epimyoepithelial islands, which are epithelial cell nests extensively infiltrated by lymphocytes (figure, C).
The defining female characteristics were the formation of protogonial germ tissue into spherical germ cell nests, separation of a tissue layer from the outer epithelial layer of the lobe-forming ovarian walls, a tissue bud growing from the suspensory tissue that helped form the ovary wall, and the proliferation of oogonia and oocytes.
Histology showed that this lesion had deep penetrating tumor cell nests that obliterated the normal structure of the sebaceous gland.