Hensen cell

Hen·sen cell

(hen'sĕn),
one of the supporting cells in the organ of Corti, immediately to the outer side of the outer phalangeal cells.

Hen·sen cell

(hen'sĕn sel)
One of the supporting cells in the organ of Corti, immediately to the outer side of the cells of Deiters.

Hensen cell

Any of the tall columnar cells that form the outer border cells of the organ of Corti of the cochlea.

Hensen,

Victor, German anatomist and physiologist, 1835-1924.
Hensen canal - a short membranous tube passing from the lower end of a saccule to the cochlear duct of the membranous labyrinth. Synonym(s): Hensen duct; uniting duct
Hensen cell - one of the supporting cells in the organ of Corti.
Hensen disk - Synonym(s): Hensen line
Hensen duct - Synonym(s): Hensen canal
Hensen knot - a local thickening of the blastoderm at the cephalic end of the primitive streak of the embryo. Synonym(s): Hensen node; primitive node
Hensen line - the paler area in the center of the A band of a striated muscle fiber, comprising the central portion of thick filaments that are not overlapped by thin filaments. Synonym(s): H band; Hensen disk
Hensen node - Synonym(s): Hensen knot
Hensen stripe - a band on the undersurface of the membrana tectoria of the cochlear duct.
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2+] induces apoptosis in hair cells, Hensen cells, and Claudius cells in the organ of Corti
TPJTC-conjugated phalloidin, which binds to F-actin, was used to stain hait cells, Hensen cells, and Claudius cells in the cochlear explant cultures.
The relative p-ERK levels in different cochlear cells (hair cells, Hensen cells, and Claudius cells) are presented in Figure 9E.