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Named after the German physiologist Theodor Schwann, Schwann cells are a variety of glial cell that keep peripheral nerve fibres alive. In myelinated axons, Schwann cells form the myelin sheath (see below). The sheath is not continuous. Individual myelinating Schwann...
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Schwann cell n. See neurilemma . [After Theodor SCHWANN. ... In myelinated axons, Schwann cells form the myelin sheath (see below) ...
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Theodor Schwann Theodor Schwann Library of Congress [b. Neuss (Germany), December 7, ... In 1839 Schwann proposed that all organisms are composed of cells. ...
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What is Schwann cell? Meaning of Schwann cell medical term. What does Schwann cell mean? ... Schwann cells or embryonal nevoblasts; they are clustered in ...
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Cytokines & Cells Online Pathfinder Encyclopaedia ... Schwann cells (or discrete subpopulations thereof) have been shown to express: ...
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SOX10: Required for Schwann cell development & Myelination ... Molecules on Immature SC and Myelinating & Non-myelinating Schwann cells ...
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Schwann cells as sources of regeneration stimulating factors. References ... We have isolated Schwann cells in vitro to examine the CNS regeneration ...
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Schwann cells proliferate, migrate along axons, ensheath individual axons, and ... Primary Schwann cells were prepared from sciatic nerves of Sprague–Dawley rats ...
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The development of Schwann cells, the my ... axons and myelinating Schwann cells attain the one-to-one ... that Schwann cells isolated from postnatal day 3 rat ...
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carried out by Schwann cells, whose origins in the neural crest ... time of birth in rodents, Schwann cells destined to myelinate ...
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Schwann cells are the myelinating glia of the peripheral nervous system. ... Treatment of dorsal root ganglia neuron-Schwann cell cocultures with H-89 (10 µM) ...
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During development, some Schwann cells associate with axons in a one-to-one ... Other Schwann cells do not produce myelin but continue to ensheath one or more ...
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Original Article from The New England Journal of Medicine -- Role of Ploidy, Chromosome 1p, and Schwann Cells in the Maturation of Neuroblastoma
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In this study, we have utilized subarachnoid route to transplant Schwann cells and ... In tracing group, Schwann cells (labeled with Hoechst) demonstrated their ...
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tigate the changes in the Schwann cells found in Golgi tendon ... apoptotic death of these Schwann cells and that this apoptosis ...
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The Schwann cells are also present, and they closely cover every branch of the neuron. ... This work suggests that signal comes from the Schwann cells," she says. ...
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Non-myelinating Schwann cells are involved in maintenance of axons and are ... PNS: Schwann cell - Neurolemma - Nodes of Ranvier/Internode - Schmidt-Lanterman ...
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... suppress overproduction of neurons, while supporting Schwann cells. ... This report shows that Schwann cells respond to recombinant human Glial Growth ...
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