Definition of Cellular inclusion

1. Noun. Any small intracellular body found within another (characteristic of certain diseases). "An inclusion in the cytoplasm of the cell"

Exact synonyms: Inclusion, Inclusion Body
Generic synonyms: Body
Specialized synonyms: Plasmid, Plasmid Dna, Cancer Body, Russell's Body

Lexicographical Neighbors of Cellular Inclusion

cellular automata
cellular automaton
cellular biology
cellular biophysics
cellular blue nevus
cellular cartilage
cellular division
cellular embolism
cellular engineering
cellular immune theory
cellular immunity
cellular immunity deficiency syndrome
cellular immunodeficiency with abnormal immunoglobulin synthesis
cellular inclusion (current term)
cellular infiltration
cellular microbiology
cellular mobile
cellular mobiles
cellular mosaicism
cellular oncogene
cellular pathology
cellular phone
cellular phones
cellular polyp
cellular respiration
cellular retinoic acid binding protein
cellular slime mold
cellular slime mould

Literary usage of Cellular inclusion

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. A Treatise on the principles and practice of medicine by Arthur Robin Edwards (1907)
"... the nuclei lie at one pole of the cell, the bacilli concentrate at the other pole. The cellular inclusion of the bacilli is considered a phagocytosis by ..."

2. Microbes & Toxins by Étienne Burnet, Charles Broquet, William Macdonald Scott (1912)
"... being swollen and frequently out of position; beside the nucleus there appears a mass of abnormal material called the " cellular inclusion. ..."

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