within a cell or cells.
- in·tra·cel·lu·lar·ly, adverb
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How to use intracellular in a sentence
APOL3 has both water-loving and lipid-loving parts, letting it bind to the inner membrane and dissolve it into the intracellular fluid, like soap washing away grease.Human cells make a soaplike substance that busts up bacteria | Jonathan Lambert | July 15, 2021 | Science News
The organism is a short, thick diplobacillus, is frequently intracellular, and is Gram-negative (Fig. 126).A Manual of Clinical Diagnosis | James Campbell Todd
With one or two possible exceptions, they are invariably intracellular during the entire trophic life of the individual.
Jute contains in its raw state a considerable amount of colouring matter and intracellular substance.
While studying the genealogy of beings, Metchnikoff continued his researches on intracellular digestion.Life of Elie Metchnikoff, 1845-1916 | Olga Metchnikoff
Metchnikoff continued to study intracellular digestion and the origin of the intestine.Life of Elie Metchnikoff, 1845-1916 | Olga Metchnikoff
British Dictionary definitions for intracellular
biology situated or occurring inside a cell or cells
- intracellularly, adverb
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Scientific definitions for intracellular
Occurring or situated within a cell or cells.
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