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Situated or taking place outside a cell or cells.‘extracellular space in the cortex’
- ‘Both are presumed to be consequences of cell death, and the subsequent leakage of cell contents into the extracellular space.’
- ‘These enzymes are essential for the chemical processes of life, both inside cells and in the extracellular fluids.’
- ‘There are reports of exposure to fungal elicitors leading to extracellular alkalization in plant cell cultures.’
- ‘The cell wall and extracellular material are often only crudely preserved in this process, and the internal cytoplasm may degrade and be destroyed.’
- ‘Integrin is the molecule that connects the outside of the cells to the extracellular matrix.’
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