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an independent team of operatives who work together in a CELLULAR MANUFACTURING production environment.
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The focus was on inflammation in the glial cells, which have important roles in the brain and spinal cord.
Richardson, Glial Cell Development: Basic Principles and Clinical Relevance, Oxford University Press, 2nd edition, 2001.
The aim of this experiment was to detect apoptosis, the variation of TH (+) cells and nerve fibers, glial cell hyperplasia, and expression of Bax and Bcl-2 in OB to elucidate the relationship between the PD olfactory disorder and inadequacy of MT and T.
The retina at the back of the eye contains many types of cell, including the retinal neurons that process visual images and help us to see, and support cells called glial cells.
We also directly observed that a cell containing a triangular or irregular-shaped nucleus provides membrane wrappings for the neuronal cell body as in a typical case of myelinating glial cells (Fig.
Dalton, Guidance of glial cell migration and axonal growth on electrospun nanofibers of poly-e-caprolactone and a collagen/poly-e-caprolactone blend.
Imipramine activates glial cell line-derived neurotrophic factor via early growth response gene 1 in astrocytes.
A common surgical insult that compromises BBB function is cardiopulmonary bypass: this is linked to changes in glial cell morphology, neurocognitive deficits and stroke [18, 43-46].
By adding a special protein substance that protects nerves called glial cell line-derived neurotrophic factor, the team discovered the stem cells can continuously proliferate in vitro.
report that SCI caused astrocytic and microglial activation in the spinal cord and satellite glial cell activation in DRGs, respectively, and suggest that SCI-induced neuronal-glial interactions may occur throughout the entire nervous system [76].
* Oligodendrocytes: This type of glial cell helps provide a fatty substance called myelin that insulates nerve fibers connecting neurons and speeds the passage of electrical impulses from neuron to neuron.