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Fibroblast Nuclei

Fibroblast Nuclei

The connective tissue in the human body is composed of numerous cell types, all of which develop during embryonic growth from the mesenchyme, a network of primitive cells that have the ability to differentiate into various forms. Scientists believe that a small number of cells from the mesenchyme linger in the blood vessels through adult life, maintaining the ability to differentiate into other cells as needed.

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