acidophil cell

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ac·i·do·phil cell

a cell the cytoplasm or granules of which stain with acid dyes.
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Infectious canine hepatitis and canine acidophil cell hepatitis.
According to the colors after HE staining, the cells could be divided into chromophobe cells, acidophil cells and basophil cells.
Somatotropic cell (SC) .The somatotropic cells constitute over 50% of the acidophil cells, and arranged in clusters along the capillary.
3) They show strong histochemical reaction for phospholipids similar to the pituitary acidophil cells.
Ghrelin is a peptide hormone that binds to growth hormone (GH) receptors and is primarily secreted by the acidophil cells in the gastric fundic mucosa.