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An antibody raised against in vitro-derived human mast cells identifies mature mast cells and a population of cells that are Fc epsilon RI(+), tryptase(-), and chymase(-) in a variety of human tissues.

An antibody raised against in vitro-derived human mast cells identifies mature mast cells and a population of cells that are Fc epsilon RI(+), tryptase(-), and chymase(-) in a variety of human tissues. J Histochem Cytochem. 2003 May; 51(5):643-53.

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