Noun(1) long nerve fiber that conducts away from the cell body of the neuron
(1) It is also possible, however, that direct compression of axons may induce axonal damage independent of Schwann cell dysfunction.(2) None of the cases had strongly beta-APP-immunoreactive beaded or swollen axonal segments indicative of axonal damage.(3) In contrast to the innervation of the proximal esophagus, axons from vagal neurons synapse within ganglia of the myenteric plexus.(4) In conclusion, optic nerve axonal injury appears to be a frequent finding in infants who have sustained acceleration-deceleration whiplash-type trauma.(5) If aluminium causes direct neuronal death, why would this lead to slowing of conduction along the axons of the optic nerves?(6) The nerve fibres in the optic tract (the axons of retinal ganglion cells) terminate in two main areas of the brain.(7) Neurites are the long projections of nerve cell bodies called axons and dendrites.(8) The viral capsid is transported to the dorsal root ganglion in neurons via retrograde axonal flow.(9) Because the newly engineered drug would be so target-specific, virtually all of it could act only within the nerve cell's axonal region, making it an efficient fix in small doses.(10) All axons from the enteric nerve cells lack a myelin sheath.
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