astroglia

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astroglia

[ə′sträg·lē·ə]
(neuroscience)
Neuroglia composed of astrocytes.
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Human cortical glial tumors contain neural stem-like cells expressing astroglial and neuronal markers in vitro.
Astroglial proteins as diagnostic markers of acute intracerebral hemorrhage-pathophysiological background and clinical findings.
Deng and his colleagues next induced the stem cells to develop into separate pure populations of astroglial cells and neurons.
La hiperreactividad astroglial fue una de las constantes en el modelo isquemico por embolizacion arterial en la ZPV; estos datos son similares a los reportados en un modelo de isquemia focal transitoria (t-MCAO) en el que se obtuvieron lesiones reproducibles, caracterizadas por astrocitos reactivos en diversas areas (22).
38) Taken together, structural neuroimaging and post-mortem brain findings implicate astroglial impairment in BD and lend support to the notion that the efficacy of lithium in the treatment of BD may be partly mediated by enhancing astroglial integrity.
PML, caused by the John Cunningham (JC) virus, results from lytic infection of predominantly astroglial cells.
VEGF mediated signaling could contribute to astroglial activation & inflammatory reactions.
Activacion astroglial en respuesta a la combinacion del [beta]A con los aislados virales [VIH-1.
Giovanni Marsicano of INSERM in France said that with these experiments in mice, "we have found that the starting point for this phenomenon - the effect of marijuana on working memory - is the astroglial cells".
With these experiments in mice, "we have found that the starting point for this phenomenon -- the effect of marijuana on working memory -- is the astroglial cells," said Giovanni Marsicano of INSERM in France.
Some specific subjects explored are thermal stress and adipokine expression, central nervous system roles for adipokines in neuroendocrine and autonomic function, and the astroglial leptin receptors and obesity.