Schwann

NOUN
  1. German physiologist and histologist who in 1838 and 1839 identified the cell as the basic structure of plant and animal tissue (1810-1882)
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  • The long-current idea that animal tissues grow only as a sort of deposit from the blood-vessels was now discarded, and the fact of so-called plantlike growth of animal cells, for which Schwann contended, was universally accepted. A History of Science: in Five Volumes. Volume IV: Modern Development of the Chemical and Biological Sciences
  • To develop a procedure by which Schwann cell and myelin in the peripheral nerve could be removed while the basal lamina tubes remained intact , and to obtain a long acellular nerve scaffold.
  • Rat sciatic nerve Schwann cells were assayed for incorporation of DNA synthesis precursors, as described.
  • Objective To study the effect of Schwann cell enclosed by antibody of neural cell adhesion molecule L1 on injured spinal cord.
  • Schwannoma originating from the vagus nerve within the mediastinum is a rare, usually benign tumor. BioMed Central - Latest articles
  • Rat sciatic nerve Schwann cells were assayed for incorporation of DNA synthesis precursors, as described.
  • After the ascorbate treatment, the Schwann cells begin to elongate and to ensheath the neighboring axon. PLoS ONE Alerts: New Articles
  • Damage to the Schwann cells leads to impairment of nerve conduction.
  • Do active axons stimulate developing Schwann cells or their precursors to divide?
  • Purpose:To study the histogenesis, the differential diagnosis and the prognosis of melanotic schwannoma.
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