ArticleDe Bellard Pecchio, Maria ElenaBased on their characteristics and function – migration, neural protection, proliferation, axonal guidance and trophic effects – glial cells may be regarded as probably the most versatile cells in our body. For many years, these cells were considered . . .
ThesisCornejo, MarthaSchwann cells are vital to sustaining the neurons and making myelin in the Peripheral Nervous System, and play a key role in some neurodegenerative illnesses such as the Charcot-Marie-Tooth disease. The Schwann cell is derived from a transient populat . . .