Mast cell h&e stain

Mast cells are - like macrophages, lymphocytes and eosinophils - in demand when something goes wrong in the connective tissue. Quite a few of them are present in healthy connective tissue as they stand on guard and monitor the local situation. The cytoplasm of mast cells is filled by numerous large vesicles. Mast cells discharge the contents of these vesicles if they come in contact with antigens, for example, proteins on the surface of an invading bacterium or, in allergic reactions, in response to antigens found, for example, on the surface of pollen grains.

Mast cell h&e stain

mast cell h&e stain

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