The lateral part of the pars distalis: pars distalis (PaD), acidophilic cell (AC), basophilic cell
(BC), chromophobe cell (CC), sinusoid (Sin), somatotroph cell (SC), thyrotroph cell (TC), gonadotroph cell (GC), corticotroph cell (ACTHC).
Figures 3(c) and 3(d) showed that basophils/eosinophils and BEAS-2B cells could be analyzed separately based on the expression of specific basophilic cell
surface marker CD203c on basophils (Figure 3(c)) and distinct forward light scatters (FSC) together with side light scatters (SSC) of eosinophils in dot plots (Figure 3(d)) using flow cytometry.
The dermis showed a well circumscribed cystic lesion arranged in lobules, comprising of clear cells and basophilic cells
. In between the cells microcystic spaces were seen which were filled with protenacious material.
Dark basophilic cells
were often located in the peripheral area, whereas pale basophilic cells
were located in the central area (Figure 2).
Histopathology typically shows horn cysts, tumor islands composed of basophilic cells
of basaloid appearance arranged in peripheral palisading pattern.4,5
As opposed to the basophilic cells
of the normal pituitary gland, that were negative for EG-VEGF, the basophilic cells
of pituitary adenomas had a relatively increased expression of EG-VEGF.
Heller, "Development of nasal basophilic cells
and nasal eosinophils from age 4 months through 4 years in children of atopic parents," The Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology, vol.
Spheroid type 3, contained the most basophilic cells
and was encapsulated by thick fibrous connective tissue.