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1Attributive, in the genitive, and with of, especially in "Paneth cell". Designating a type of small intestinal mucosal cell normally found in the bases of the crypts of Lieberkühn, containing prominent acidophilic secretory granules.
2In the genitive, attributive, and with of. Designating the characteristic acidophilic granules of Paneth cells, especially in "Paneth('s) granules".
Late 19th century; earliest use found in Veterinarian. From the name of Joseph Paneth, Austrian physiologist, who described the cells in 1888.
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