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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.
Five of six mice getting the reticular cells four hours after infection survived, whereas only one of 10 control mice getting a saline injection did.
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.
Multipotent mesenchymal stem and progenitor cells (MSPCs) can generate various types of bone marrow mesenchymal stromal cells including osteoblasts, chondrocytes, adipocytes, and reticular cells. Understanding the hierarchical relationship of BM stromal cells is still an intensive area of research.
Osteoid was irregularly deposited as spicules between small, spindled cells resembling neoplastic reticular cells of bone marrow stroma (Fig 2D).
Hammar (1926) (9) described that Hassall's corpuscles were formed hypertrophy of reticular cells with degeneration beginning in the centre.
CD146 is found on the surface of adventitial reticular cells that reside in the endothelial space in human BM.