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chief cells  epithelial cells that line the lower portions of the gastric glands and secrete pepsin.
  the most common type of cell in the parenchyma of the parathyroid gland; they are rich in glycogen and are arranged in plates or cords. See also oxyphil cells.
  the principal chromaffin cells of the paraganglia, each of which is surrounded by supporting cells.
  chromophobe cells.

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