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intracellular

 [in″trah-sel´u-lar]
within a cell or cells.

in·tra·cel·lu·lar

(in'tră-sel'yū-lăr),
Within a cell or cells.

intracellular

/in·tra·cel·lu·lar/ (-sel´u-ler) within a cell or cells.

intracellular

(ĭn′trə-sĕl′yə-lər)
adj.
Occurring or situated within a cell or cells: intracellular fluid.

in′tra·cel′lu·lar·ly adv.

intracellular

[-sel′yələr]
Etymology: L, intra, within, cella, storeroom
1 pertaining to the interior of a cell.
2 within a cell.

intracellular

adjective Within a cell.

in·tra·cel·lu·lar

(in'tră-sel'yū-lăr)
Within a cell or cells.

intracellular

Within a cell.

in·tra·cel·lu·lar

(in'tră-sel'yū-lăr)
Within a cell or cells.

intracellular

within a cell or cells.

intracellular fluid
fluid within cells.
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Potassium, glucose, and water are placed in the intracellular space.
In the presence of muscle injury, sodium and calcium are released into intracellular space, while potassium, phosphate, urate, myoglobin, and creatine kinase move into circulation (Criddle, 2003).
As a result, a small shift of potassium from the extracellular space to the intracellular space can cause a change in plasma potassium concentration.
This means that more water will be moved from the intracellular space into the vascular space.
Along this network run specialized cell components called organelles -- including mitochondria, the mobile mini-reactors that generate and deliver energy to the farthest reaches of intracellular space.
Although this one ingredient may be lower than combustible cigarettes, it will be difficult to project what its effect may be on patients based on how the small vaporized particles delivered via ENDS may be able to penetrate intracellular spaces, when compared to delivery in traditional smoking.

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