The Cell Body (which is sometimes referred to as a soma, perikaryon, or cyton) is the large bulbous end of a neuron, which contains the cell nucleus. For the purpose of [Retinal Connectomics], the cell body is generally uniformative. As well as having the nucleus, the dendrites and axon also branch off of the cell body.
In EyeWire the cell bodies are often frozen because they take a lot of time to trace, are uniformative, and the Artificial Intelligence has trouble with them, since it's designed for dendrites.
Sometimes the Cell Body is outside the dataset
A "normal" Cell Body without mergers or removed cubes
Because the cell body is not being studied, certain cubes are often left out, as they don't lead to dendrites.
A Cell Body that the AI has merged with another Cell Body. Frozen by an admin so that it won't grow.