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Simple cuboidal epithelium.
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Mixed cellularity has CLASSIC RS CELLS. Diffuse effacement with background mix of all cell types. Common in underdeveloped parts and is HIV-associated.
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Mixed cellularity has CLASSIC RS CELLS. Diffuse effacement with background mix of all cell types. Common in underdeveloped parts and is HIV-associated.

Mixed cellularity has CLASSIC RS CELLS. Diffuse effacement with background mix of all cell types.  Common in underdeveloped parts and is HIV-associated.
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Histological tissue section from a sample of lung squamous carcinoma.
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Histological tissue section from a sample of lung squamous carcinoma.

Histological tissue section from a sample of lung squamous carcinoma.
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SMOOTH MUSCLE (400X) is non-striated, and the individual muscle fibers are very thin and spindle-shaped. The nucleus of each muscle cell is visible here as elongated purple structures.
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Smooth Muscle Tissue Description: Shorter cells with a single, central nucleus Function: Involuntary movements of internal organs Location: Walls of hollow internal organs

Smooth connective tissue is softer, have more cells and fewer fibers than any other connective tissue type.

SMOOTH MUSCLE (400X) is non-striated, and the individual muscle fibers are very thin and spindle-shaped. The nucleus of each muscle cell is visible here as elongated purple structures.

SMOOTH MUSCLE (400X) is non-striated, and the individual muscle fibers are very thin and spindle-shaped. The nucleus of each muscle cell is visible here as elongated purple structures.

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Fibrocartilage

difficult to identify fibrocartilage. look for lots of parallel fibers tightly packed

Los tejidos animales. tejido epitelial cilindrico simple

Los tejidos animales. tejido epitelial cilindrico simple

stratified squamous epithelium: consists of squamous (flattened) epithelial cells arranged in layers upon a basal membrane; ex: skin; simple epithelium would only be one cell thick

stratified squamous epithelium: consists of squamous (flattened) epithelial cells arranged in layers upon a basal membrane; simple epithelium would only be one cell thick

Human skin cells: Skin cells injected with a mixture of genes and a molecule called valproic acid were able to repair the damaged hearts of lab rats.

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Fibrocartilage Connective Tissue | Fibrocartilage

Fibrocartilage is characterized by rows of chondroblasts within a lacuna as well as parallel collagen fibers. This type of tissue resists stretch and shock, which is crucial in locations such as vertebral disks.

Reticular loose Connective Tissue Proper, found in the Lymphoid organs (lymph nodes, bone marrow, and spleen) Function: Fibers from a soft internal skeleton (stroma) that supports other cell types including white blood cells, mast cells and macrophages

Reticular loose Connective Tissue Proper, found in the Lymphoid organs (lymph nodes, bone marrow, and spleen) Function: Fibers from a soft internal skeleton (stroma) that supports other cell types including white blood cells, mast cells and macrophages

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