(no͝or′ō-ăk′sə-nəl, -ăk-sŏn′əl)
Of, relating to, or being the axon of a neuron.
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Microscopically Marked Neuroaxonal and Myelin Degeneration is a Distinctive Pathologic Feature of PKAN.
Apart from the consistent features, neuroaxonal injury and dysfunction in MS, the vascular aspects of MS, an increased risk for ischemic disease, global cerebral hypoperfusion, and a chronic state of impaired venous drainage are receiving a great deal of attention [D'haeseleer et.
Grace Herschelman, 7-year-old Montgomery County resident was diagnosed with infantile neuroaxonal dystrophy in November 2014 when she was just 3 years old.
Brain metabolites relating to neuroaxonal development also fell off during the third trimester.
A microfluidic chip based on 3D neuroaxonal spheroids is more accurate to imitate the brains in living organisms by supplying a constant quantity of fluid, which is similar to what is seen in the interstitial space of the brain.
(2008) Neuroaxonal dystrophy caused by group VIA phospholipase [A.sub.2] deficiency in mice: a model of human neurodegenerative disease.
GAP-43 is a neuroaxonal growth protein that is synthesized at high levels during axonal growth in neuronal development and axonal re-growth and regeneration in the peripheral and central nervous system (1,2,32).
Jellinger, "Neuroaxonal dystrophy: its natural history and related disorders," in Progress in Neuropathology, H.
Some also showed synapse-like structures, and one showed neuroaxonal and Schwannian-like features.