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Monoclonalization of prostate gland and histology 

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medical illustration of This illustration shows the different cell types in the histology of the human prostate gland, shown as a single duct, and how monoclonalization increases distally away from the urethra. 

pharmacology, physiology, monoclonalization, stem cells, pluripotent, urethra, histology, human prostate, duct, anatomy, cell types, epithelium, basal layer, cell division, research, cancer research
Next medical illustration of This illustration shows the different cell types in the mouse prostatic duct. Each cell can be edited separately, so different cells can be highlighted for different focuses of the client's research of the mouse prostate. 

mouse prostate, animal research, cancer research, pharmacology, physiology, toxicology, histology, duct, anatomy, cell types, cell division, epithelium, basal layer, visual abstract, urology

Histology of the mouse prostatic duct

This illustration shows the different cell types in the histology of the human prostate gland, shown as a single duct, and how monoclonalization increases distally away from the urethra. pharmacology, physiology, monoclonalization, stem cells, pluripotent, urethra, histology, human prostate, duct, anatomy, cell types, epithelium, basal layer, cell division, research, cancer research

Keywords: Color, Line with Color, Research, Anatomy, Biology, Cell biology / Histology, Urology, Oncology

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