ADHD Insights: Glia Mattersby
Evolution: Understanding the Other, Glial Brain
Douglas Fields PhD is the author of The Other Brain, a book that will change how we think about , how we think about glial ion channels in addition to our
The Life of Your Next Neuronby
Some neurons migrate by riding along extensions (radial glia) until they reach their final... fibers of cells called radial glia. These fibers extend from the inner layers to the outer layers...
More on the JNEN articleby
Dr. Brian M.
I was never clear on exactly which cells contained the glial cell inclusions ( GCIs ) in Multiple System Atrophy. This article clears that issue up. I quote: " GCIs are faintly eosinophilic, sickle-shaped, oval or conical in
"No Evidence of Any Link"by
Increases in the number of reactive glia in the visual cortex of Macaca fascicularis following subclinical..., University of Washington
The number of neurons, astrocytes, reactive glia, oligodendrocytes, endothelia...
Your Nervous System at Workby
Neurons and Glia
The basic functional units of the nervous system include neurons (cells who’s primary job is to communicate) and glia (cells which support neurons and their communication).
Popular Alzheimer's theory may b ...by
Dr. Rubens D.
, enabling thought and movement, but glia are their faithful sidekicks, providing physical and nutritional... neurons," Streit said. "That is what I did not find. What I propose is glia are dying, and the neurons...
The Dangers of Mercury in the H1N1 Vaccineby
"glial" cells in the brain:
Increases in the number of reactive glia in the visual cortex of Macaca...., Department of Pathology, School of Medicine, University of Washington
The number of neurons, astrocytes, reactive glia...
Gluten Immunity On The Rise: New Wheat Notesby
, the modern wheat varieties showed higher levels of Glia-alpha9 epitope, and lower levels of Glia... diversity of gluten proteins for the presence of two celiac disease epitopes (Glia-alpha9 and Glia...