Antisera against SGL-II and SGL-I, which are specific to 3-O-MeGal and 4-O-MeGlcNAc, respectively, stained neuropil
of ganglia Furthermore, anti SGL-II antiserum stained perineural tissues Antiserum against FGL-IIb, which is specific to pyruvic acid bound to galactose at the non-reducing end of glycolipids, only stained nerve bundles distinctly.
Vacuolization of the neuropil
, its swelling and hydropic disturbances of neurons reflect the disturbances of the permeability of microcirculation blood stream, hence the permeability of HEB in general.
These afferents reach this nucleus' neuropil
, overlapping it (without interneurons) and making a connection with structures related to autonomous control of the pons and medulla oblongata, but also directing themselves towards SC5, thereby interrelating themselves with trigeminal dynamics of pain in the head and neck (Caous et al.
In cases where there were random multifocal, linear areas of necrosis, and/or degeneration of the CNS neuropil
associated with nonsuppurative and eosinophilic inflammation, these findings were considered compatible with parasitic tracts and strongly suggestive of an infection with P.
In the monkey studies, Rakic computed synapses per unit of neuropil
& that is, whole cortical tissue, less blood vessels, glial cells, and nonneuronal cells and spaces.
Pathological protein aggregates in the neuropil
were decreased by about 70 percent.
Principal and secondary visual inputs are processed in separate pathways with distinct neuropil
regions, including separate laminae and medullae (Strausfeld and Barth, 1993; Strausfeld et al.
Panels show multifocal mild to severe perivascular and neuropil
infiltration of lymphocytes and monocytes (blue arrows in A-C); meningitis in a sulcus (black arrow in A); glial cell activation with notable astrocytosis, neuron degeneration, and neuronophagia (arrowhead in B); occasional hemorrhage (blue arrow in D); mild periventricular spongiosis (blue arrows in C); and meningitis (black arrow in C).
This trio of uniformly aggressive embryonal neoplasms, including the embryonal tumor with abundant neuropil
and true rosettes, the ependymoblastoma, and the medulloepithelioma, are histologically united by the shared feature of lumen-forming, multilayered, ependymoblastic" rosettes.
2+] are increased in the neuropil
of AD patients [36, 43].
The internal granular cell neuron layer was enlarged, separated by increased neuropil
with scanty Purkinje cells.
Eosinophilic droplets were also observed mainly in the neuropil
next to the perivascular spaces.