apocrine change

Apocrine cells

Apocrine cells are large pink cells with a round nucleus and a prominent central nucleolus. ¬†These cells look pink when examined under the microscope because the cytoplasm (body) of the cell is full of proteins that stick to eosin (a pink dye) in the hematoxylin and eosin (H&E) stain. These cells normally produce a protein …
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