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Nerve Cells (Neurons)
Neurons, also known as nerve cells, send and receive signals from the brain. While neurons have much in common with other cell types, they are structurally and functionally unique.
Muscle Cells (Myocytes)
The muscle cell, also known as the myocyte, is the smallest subunit of all muscle tissues and organs in the body. It is here in the myocyte, where the physiological steps of muscle contraction take place and where the pathophysiology of numerous muscle diseases takes place.
Epithelial cells are among the most abundant cells lining the skin, body cavities, and blood vessels. They contribute significantly to various aspects of the human life cycle from embryogenesis to adulthood.
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