oligodendrocyte

NOUN
  1. a cell of the oligodendroglia
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  • These results suggested that alcohol and acetaldehyde a significant restrained action to oligodendrocyte.
  • From human embryonic stem cells the company has produced the three types of brain cells, namely glia (glue cells), astrocytes (star cells) and oligodendrocytes (few branches cells).
  • Geron's drug contains living cells, called oligodendrocyte progenitor cells, that help restore nerve fibers and myelin, which is a protective sheath that protects nerves in the central nervous system. FDA Clears Geron to Resume Stem-Cell Study
  • The oligodendrocytes, on the other hand, can myelinate up to 50 axons, thus if one is severed there is a possibility for it to regenerate. CreationWiki - Recent changes [en]
  • By 45 days of age, dorsal funiculi of irradiated spinal cords are well populated with fibres myelinated by oligodendrocytes and Schwann cells.
  • Myelin is produced by cells called oligodendrocytes.
  • These precursor cells develop from stem cells and are specialized so that they can form only two kinds of cells: astrocytes, which help support neurons and influence their activity, and oligodendrocytes, which produce myelin.
  • Without any chemical cues, the cells spontaneously differentiated into neurons and other brain cells called oligodendrocytes.
  • They are expressed in cell types supposed to be involved in MS development such as neurons, endothelial cells, oligodendrocytes, macrophages/macroglia and lymphocytes. PLoS ONE Alerts: New Articles
  • Eosinophillic intranuclear inclusions of Cowdry type A are found in oligodendrocyte, astrocytes, occasional neurons, ependymal cells, endothelial cells, and schwann cells.
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