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

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Testosterone-binding cells have been found in the thymus of 18-day-old fetuses, and testosterone can influence the function of specific thymic epithelial cells not only directly by acting on the thymus cells but also indirectly by modulating the function of the thymus epithelial cells that bind testosterone (73).
In their next experiment, Golub and Russell passed malignant mouse thymus cells through a plastic column filled with gel-like beads coated with antibodies that preferentially bind to DNA molecules.