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any small compartment

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We found that cigarette smoke suppresses Bik levels in humans and in mice models, and mucus cells increased threefold in mice exposed to cigarette smoke," he said.
We observed significant increases in the numbers of airways containing PAS-positive mucus cells in the lungs of AUB-exposed WT (Figure 2B) and [Rag1.
The epithelium of buccal cavity consists of 3 cell types, the tall granulated columnar cells bearing microvilli; which appear as a "brush border" under the light microscope, the nongranulated cells, and the mucus cells having a "goblet" appearance; which are widely scattered in the epithelium (Fig.
The epithelium of the esophagus contains 4 cell types: 2 types of granulated columnar cells, nongranulated columnar cells, and mucus cells (Fig.
Type-1 mucus cell contains rodlike or spindle-shaped secretion while type-2 mucus cell contains granular secretion (Crofts 1929, Bevelander 1988).
Type-4 mucus cell contains both types of granules, neutral mucopolysaccharide and basophilic granules.
The epithelium is of cuboidal type, which consists of 3 cell types: sensory cells, supportive epithelial cells, and widely scattered mucus cells.
asinina has 3 types of cells: sensory ceils, supporting cells; which are the majority of cell type, and mucus cells.