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Nurse cell         
  • Ribonucleoprotein particles (GFP-Imp) in the Drosophila melanogaster egg chamber, being transported from the nurse cells to the oocyte
GENERAL TERM FOR CELLS THAT PROVIDE NUTRITION
In general biology or reproductive physiology the term nurse cell is defined as a cell which provides food, helps other cells and provides stability to their neighboring cells. The term nurse cell is used in several unrelated ways in different scientific fields.
Thymic nurse cell         
CELL TYPE
Thymic nurse cells (TNCs) are large epithelial cells found in the cortex of the thymus and also in cortico-medullary junction.Ritter, M.
Nurse midwife         
PROFESSIONAL NURSE WHO HAS RECEIVED POSTGRADUATE TRAINING IN MIDWIFERY
Nurse Midwives; Nurse Midwife; Nurse-midwives; Nurse midwives; Nurse-midwife
A nurse midwife is both a nurse (usually a registered nurse) and a midwife, having completed nursing and midwifery education leading to practice as a nurse midwife and sometimes credentialed in the specialty. Nurse midwives provide care of women across the lifespan, including during pregnancy and the postpartum period, and well woman care and birth control.