The accumulation of substances that the cell either uses for its needs, or releases into the external environment, is called cellular inclusions. Drops of fat, grains of starch or glycogen, and protein granules are found among cellular inclusions. Most often, they are located directly in the cytoplasm, without membranes separating it. Cellular inclusions are not capable of “independent” activity and are used by cell organoids.
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