Study of biocompatibility of small intestinal submucosa (SIS) with Schwann cells
Although CT-guided biopsy may be helpful for diagnosis if the sample contains sufficient Schwann cells
to visualize microscopically, it is usually unreliable.
NEDD8 was also present in Schwann cell
bodies similar to DCUN1D2 (data not shown).
Park, "Proteasome inhibition suppresses schwann cell
dedifferentiation in vitro and in vivo," Glia, vol.
In AN patients, all NF[kappa]B and RAGE positive cells were macrophages, whereas all NF[kappa]B and RAGE positive cells were Schwann cells
in HNPP patients (Figure 3b, c).
Prof Sieber-Blum's team showed it was possible to create large populations of human Schwann cells
in the laboratory, which interacted with nerves in the correct way.
Innate immune response precedes Mycobacterium leprae-induced reprogramming of adult Schwann Cells
MpzR98C is retained in the endoplasmic reticulum of Schwann cells
and provokes a transitory canonical unfolded protein response.
Mighty bugs: leprosy bacteria turn Schwann cells
into stern cells.
At first, GGFs were identified as a group of three members of potent Schwann cell
mitogens (1, 2).
Like oligodendrocyte, Schwann cells
wrap themselves around nerve axons, but the difference is that a single Schwann cell
makes up a single segment of an axon's myelin sheath.
The traumatic neuroma is a non-neoplastic lesion characterized by the proliferation of schwann cells
and nerve fibers that arise following injury to a nerve.