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==3D structure of the mast cell==
 
==3D structure of the mast cell==
A 3d Image of the mast cell. Secretory granules are illustrated in white, and the nucleus and cell body are shown in the cyan and grey areas.
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A 3D Image of the mast cell. Secretory granules are illustrated in white, and the nucleus and cell body are shown in the cyan and grey areas.
  
 
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3D structure of the mast cell

A 3D Image of the mast cell. Secretory granules are illustrated in white, and the nucleus and cell body are shown in the cyan and grey areas.

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<pubmed> 26997316 </pubmed>

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