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"
Generic synonyms: Body
Specialized synonyms: Plasmid, Plasmid Dna, Cancer Body, Russell's Body
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Literary usage of Cellular inclusion
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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. ..."