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1. of, relating to, resembling, or composed of a cell or cells
2. having cells or small cavities; porous
3. Textiles woven with an open texture


Characterized by, consisting of, or pertaining to cells.
Pertaining to igneous rock having a porous texture, usually with the cavities larger than pore size and smaller than caverns.


(language, cellular automaton)
A system for cellular automaton programming by J Dana Eckart <dana@faculty.cs.runet.edu>. Cellular includes a byte-code compiler, run-time system, and a viewer.

Latest version: 2.0, as of 1993-04-03.

Posted to comp.sources.unix, volume 26.

See also Cellang.
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Only adenocarcinoma cases with an adequate cellularity in the cell block preparation were included in this study.
Although specimen cellularity was adequate in only 7 cases, flow cytometry was essential for classifying these lymphomas with the limited panel of antibodies.
Fields with poor cellularity were skipped, and the next good field was counted.
Almost all (436 of 450;97%) of the participants that reported using a predominance of liquid-based preparations used TBS criteria for adequate squamous cellularity; whereas only 86% (84 of 98) of the laboratories that reported using a predominance of conventional preparations used TBS criteria for minimum cellularity (P < .
Among the different classifications used to assess pathologic response after NACT, composite classifications that integrate features of primary tumor and lymph node status showed better associations with outcome than those using only a single tumor characteristic, for example, tumor size or cellularity.
CHL consisted of 8 (19%) cases with nodular sclerosis (NS), 10 (23%) cases with mixed cellularity (MC), one (2%) case with lymphocyte depletion (LD) and 24 (56%) of cases cHL sub-types of the which were not determined to.
One month post-partum, a biopsy from the cervical lymph node was performed to reveal relapsed CHL, mixed cellularity subtype.
Microscopically, the native skin showed cellularity, dermal adnexa and other skin structures (Fig.
Our patient had a known history of OFMT that was labeled as an atypical/malignant variant because of the high cellularity and nuclear pleomorphism it displayed.
Confluent BMS2 cultures showed no loss of cellularity after treatment for 24 hr with concentrations as high as 40 [micro]g/mL (90 [micro]M) FM550, 40 [micro]M TPP, or 40 [micro]g/mL (100 [micro]M) ITP or after treatment for 7 days with concentrations as high as 20 [micro]g/mL (50 [micro]M) FM550, 20 [micro]M TPP, or 10 [micro]g/mL (30 [micro]M) ITP (see Supplemental Material, Figure S1A, B).
The degenerative changes extend to the level of the perichondrium; they are associated with (1) a loss of the normal basophilia of the underlying cartilage, (2) focal fibrosis with increased cellularity, or (3) dropout of chondrocytes.
Researchers found that low doses of SNS-595 and cytarabine in combination achieved greater reductions in cellularity than either SNS-595 or cytarabine administered alone.

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