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Mast Cells: Mast cells are a type of immune cell. Mast cells protect the body from infection, but are mainly involved in the allergic response and are also implicated in autoimmune diseases. Mast cells are located in tissues throughout the body, including the skin.
Conditions that can afflict mast cells include mastocytosis.
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