neurotubule


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neurotubule

 [noor″o-too´būl]
any of the long, straight, parallel tubules within neurons, which along with neurofilaments form neurofibrils.

neu·ro·tu·bule

(nū'rō-tū'byūl),
One of the microtubules, about 24 nm in diameter, occurring in the cell body, dendrites, axon, and some synaptic endings of neurons.

neurotubule

/neu·ro·tu·bule/ (noor″o-too´būl) a microtubule occurring in a neuron.

neu·ro·tu·bule

(nūr'ō-tūb'yūl)
One of the microtubules, 10-20 nm in diameter, occurring in the cell body, dendrites, axon, and in some synaptic endings of neurons.

neurotubule

see MICROTUBULE.

neurotubule

any of the long, straight, parallel tubules within neurons, which together with neurofilaments form neurofibrils.
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16) In addition, neurofilaments, neurotubules and, occasionally, Schwann-like cells can be seen.