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  • noun Plural form of neurofilament.

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Examples

  • The cells were not positive for known markers of ganglion cells such as neurofilaments or Thy1. 2.

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  • The cells were not positive for known markers of ganglion cells such as neurofilaments or Thy1. 2.

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  • Finally, in vivo ROCK inhibition significantly increased phosphorylated p53 levels and neurofilaments in axons, and axonal bundle size in npc1 −/− mice.

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  • "It is now clear that the basic mechanism for how neurofilaments affect axonal diameters remains unanswered," Garcia said.

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  • When nerve cells are unmyelinated, the axon has a smaller diameter and contains neurofilaments that are less modified and are more compact.

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  • Loss of all neurofilaments in the axon results in myelinated axons with slowed conduction velocities.

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  • For the last 15 years, the proposed underlying mechanism for an axon's diameter growth has focused on myelin-dependent modification of regions of neurofilaments that are located within the heavy and medium subunits.

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  • Other abnormal findings include a messy arrangement of neurofilaments, which may interfere with nerve cell transmission.

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  • Other abnormal findings include a messy arrangement of neurofilaments, which may interfere with nerve cell transmission.

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