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The cytocenter is a small region of cytoplasm adjacent to the nucleus. It contains centrioles, or the organizing center of microtubules, and the Golgi apparatus . On histological preparations, it is visible as such a lighter field, technically an area of ​​perinuclear clarification, usually at the part of the nucleus that is flattened or indented.

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