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  1. Zujora

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    neurilemma: The outer membranous covering of a nerve fiber. microglia: The glial cells of the immune system; they can function as phagocytes. neuroregeneration: The regrowth or repair of damaged nervous tissue. Schwann cell: Glia of the peripheral nervous system, involved in many important aspects of peripheral nerve biology.
  2. Toshakar

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  3. Mutaur

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    The outer membranous covering of a nerve fiber Definition from Wiktionary, the free dictionary.
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  5. Arakinos

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    1. neurilemma a. specilized cells that make up the nervous system, have membranes that can change their permeability 2. Schwann cells b. the main mass of the cell which contains the nucleus 3. sensory neuron (afferent neuron) c. a type of cell that surrounds a neuron and appears to nourish and protect the neuron 4. nodes of Ranvier d.
  6. Zulusida

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    neurilemma [noor″ĭ-lem´ah] the plasma membrane of a Schwann cell, forming the sheath of Schwann of a myelinated or unmyelinated peripheral nerve. adj., adj neurilem´mal. neu·ri·lem·ma (nū'ri-lem'ă), Despite etymologic arguments in favor of the alternative spellings neurilema and neurolemma, by far the most usual spelling is neurilemma. A.
  7. Gardanris

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    Neurolemma (also known as neurilemma or sheath of Schwann (Schwann's Sheath)) is the outermost nucleated cytoplasmic layer of Schwann cells that surrounds the axon of the neuron. It forms the outermost layer of the nerve fiber in the peripheral nervous system.. The neurolemma is underlain by the basal lamina (referred to as the medullary sheath in the included illustrations).
  8. Masar

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    Na + Na + Na + Myelin sheath Saltatory conduction of action potential Neuron Schwann cell nucleus Soma with neuron nucleus Axon hillock Schwann cell Node of Ranvier Synapse Closed ion channels Open ion channels Organelles Dendrites Neurilemma + Na + Na + Myelin sheath Saltatory conduction of action potential Neuron Schwann cell nucleus Soma with neuron nucleus Axon hillock Schwann.

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