S.E.M. OF A CULTURE OF MAST CELLS FROM AN UMBILICAL CORD AT A MAGNIFICATION OF 1500X. UMBILICAL CORD CELLS CAN BE MADE TO DIFFERENTIATE INTO MAST CELLS AND OTHER CELLS INCLUDING WHITE BLOOD CELLS IN A MANNER SIMILAR TO STEM CELLS. MAST CELLS ARE CONSIDERED PART OF THE LOOSE CONNECTIVE TISSUES, AND RELEASE HISTAMINE, PROTEASES, AND OTHER REACTIVE SUBSTANCES INTO THE BLOODSTREAM HUMAN UMBILICAL CORD BLOOD MAST CELLS CULTURE X1500
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