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CELL. A small room in a prison. See Dungeon.

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(B) Reticular cells in a thymoma of an American robin.
While all control mice died, four of nine receiving the reticular cells survived.
The thinning of thymus cortex lymphoid depletion hemorrhage and reticular cell hyperplasia in the medulla corresponds to the results reported by Rauf (2011).
Colombo, "Bone marrow stroma in humans: anti-nerve growth factor receptor antibodies selectively stain reticular cells in vivo and in vitro," Blood, vol.
The cells were pleomorphic and consisted mainly of large heterogeneous reticular cells. Small lymphocytes and lymphoblasts were multifocal but in low numbers.
Hassall's corpuscles in the thymus are formed from degeneration of compact masses of reticular cells. It is observed that the corpuscle formation is around hypertrophied reticular cells and degenerated vessels (Kostowiecki, 1930, (13)).
Reticular cells are also localised around type L vessels in the perisinusoidal region [67, 69].