nonneuronal

nonneuronal

 [non″noo͡-ro´nal]
pertaining to or composed of nonconducting cells of the nervous system, e.g., neuroglial cells.

nonneuronal

/non·neu·ro·nal/ (non″ndbobr-ro´n'l) pertaining to or composed of nonconducting cells of the nervous system, e.g., neuroglial cells.
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Effect of prolonged moderate exercise on the changes of nonneuronal cells in early myocardial infarction.
2009) Equal numbers of neuronal and nonneuronal cells make the human brain an isometrically scaled-up primate brain.
These in vivo MR features correspond with evidence of increased numbers of nonneuronal (i.
2015) Effect of Prolonged Moderate Exercise on the Changes of Nonneuronal Cells in Early Myocardial Infarction.
17) After SCI, signals emit from cells that aggregate to the injured terrain and from in-situ nonneuronal cells.
Lent, "Equal numbers of neuronal and nonneuronal cells make the human brain an isometrically scaled-up primate brain," Journal of Comparative Neurology vol.
Interestingly, the production of intracellular A[beta] from wild-type APP695 appears to be a unique characteristic of postmitotic neurons, since intracellular A[beta] was not detected in several nonneuronal cell lines [48].
Catechol-O-methyltransferase (COMT) converts norepinephrine to normetanephrine, epinephrine to metanephrine, and dopamine to methoxytyramine in the adrenal medulla, extraneuronal tissue, or nonneuronal cells, respectively.
Cells with 4-HNE-modified proteins were expressed in the cytoplasm of neurons (cells staining positive for NFs) and nonneuronal cells [Figure 2].
TACs are a family of closely related peptides such as SP, neurokinin A, and neurokinin B, which act as neuropeptides in nonneuronal cells and noninnervated tissues [13].
A new study shows that a Sox2 protein, alone or in combination with another protein, Ascl 1, can cause nonneuronal cells, called NG2 glia, to turn into neurons in the injured cerebral cortex of adult mice.