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||P.286 right column top paragraph:"In the crypt-villus units of the small
intestine, while both absorptive and goblet cells migrate outwards and for each the turnover time is about 3 days,
Paneth cells migrate inwards and their turnover time is about 15 days." p.293 right column 4th paragraph:"Paneth cells along the crypt base can not divide by mitosis. Thus, they are only developed from maturation of the stem cells (primary source 64, ref 65). With time, Paneth cells migrate inward to the crypt bottom. The overall turnover time of Paneth cells is about 15 days (primary source 64)."