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Synonyms for cell

any small compartment

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There is a more subtle reduction in the thickness of the intralamellar septal cells ([ILLUSTRATION FOR FIGURE 3 OMITTED], cf [ILLUSTRATION FOR FIGURE 2 OMITTED]), the structural organization of which is maintained.
1981) and [Mathematical Expression Omitted] (Pequeux, 1995) counter transporters most likely present in the membranes of the long, dense microvilli located immediately above the pillar cell perikaryon, the region closest to the basolateral junctions with the septal cells.
The alterations occurring at the apical pillar cell interface, and other changes in the characteristics of the intralamellar septal cells, including the reduction in [Na.