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28 March, 09:44

What material is found in an asteroid that might be a cell what criteria must the material meet to be considered a cell?

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  1. 28 March, 11:38
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    An asteroid refers to an eosinophilic body exhibiting gradiating lines, observed in a vacuolated region of the cytoplasm of a multinucleated giant cell, mainly witnessed in sarcoidosis, however, also observed in other granulomas.

    It is also considered as a structural feature of sporotrichosis when observed in the skin or in secondary lesions of sporotrichosis. Thus, in order to be considered as a cell, it must possess a nucleus and membrane-bound organelles.
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