- situated between or among cells.
Origin of intercellular
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The cells accumulate in clusters without any intercellular substance, and compress the lymph-sinuses and blood-vessels.
Periplast, per′i-plast, n. the intercellular substance of an organ or tissue of the body.
The latter lies in the intercellular substance; that is, between the cells.
(b) Tissues in which the cells are separated by a certain amount of intercellular substance.
The physical conditions of the interstitial tissue or the intercellular substance vary greatly in density.Surgery, with Special Reference to Podiatry
- biology between or among cellsintercellular fluid
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- Located among or between cells.
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- Located between or among cells.
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