mesaxon

mes·ax·on

(mez-ak'son, mes-),
The plasma membrane of the neurolemma that is folded in to surround a nerve axon. In electron micrographs this double layer resembles a mesentery in appearance.

mesaxon

/mes·ax·on/ (mes-ak´son) a pair of parallel membranes marking the line of edge-to-edge contact of Schwann cells encircling an axon.

mes·ax·on

(mes-ak'son)
The plasma membrane of the neurolemma that is folded in to surround a nerve axon. In electron micrographs this double layer resembles a mesentery in appearance.

mesaxon

the pair of longitudinal adjoining membranes that mark the edge-to-edge contact of the Schwann cell that encircles the axon.