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The latter lies in the intercellular substance; that is, between the cells.
Part of the surface of a colony of Volvox globator, L. (Volvocidae), showing the intercellular connective fibrils.
It is obvious that the ossified substance of bone is intercellular in character, and corresponds to the matrix of cartilage.The Vertebrate Skeleton|Sidney H. Reynolds
The intercellular substance of cartilaginous tumors also becomes softened and converted into a liquid containing mucin.
When there is a considerable amount of intercellular fibrous tissue, the tumour is called a fibro-sarcoma.Manual of Surgery|Alexis Thomson and Alexander Miles