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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Studies showing that murine fibroblast cell lines are susceptible to infection with mouse-adapted scrapie agent (11,12) increased concern that nonneuronal cell substrates used to propagate viruses for vaccine production might become infected with a TSE agent contaminating some component of culture medium, especially bovine serum (13).
The use of nonneuronal cells as an in vitro model system for studying the genetic component of cellular response to opiates and other drugs.
Collecting cardiac and respiratory waveforms in conjunction with the fcMRI time course data is useful for regressing out signal fluctuations due to these nonneuronal sources of physiological variability, leaving signal fluctuations more nearly caused by vascular responses to neuronal activity [27].
Finally, we studied the influence of capsaicin, an alkaloid agonist of vanilloid receptors (VRs) mainly present in sensory neurons but also in nonneuronal tissues (Szallasi and Blumberg 1999), and recently discovered in vascular smooth muscle too (Kark et al.
NSCs form new neurons and nonneuronal support cells (i.
CG neurons, when dissociated from E7 ganglia and cultured in the presence of neurotrophic factors such as bFGF and GDNF, migrate in association with nonneuronal cells to form cellular aggregates connected by bundles of fibers.
They are also found in peripheral neurons and nonneuronal tissues.
DJ-1 is a conserved protein widely expressed in many tissues, including the brain and the heart (23), and high expression of DJ-1 mRNA has been detected in neuronal and nonneuronal structures of the motor system in the mouse brain (24).
Prevalence of varicella-zoster virus DNA in dissociated human trigeminal ganglion neurons and nonneuronal cells.
Lacking a way to identify very young neurons, researchers could not tell them from nonneuronal brain cells, known as gila.
In rapidly dividing nonneuronal cells, Duniop explains, damaged proteins that have formed aggregates are diluted into daughter cells.
Cytosine arabinofurano-side (10 mM) was added to cultures 18-24h after plating, to inhibit the proliferation of nonneuronal cells.