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Synonyms for neuroglia

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The human neuroglial cell line T98G was purchased from the American Type Culture Collection (ATCC, CRL-1690).
A clinicopathological study of 15 patients with neuroglial heterotopias and encephaloceles of the middle ear and mastoid region.
Neuroglial arrangements in the olfactory glomeruli of the hedgehog.
This demonstrated the highly susceptible nature of the neuroglial cells to WNV infection.
Vasogenic edema is excess third space water and linked to increased BBB permeability; cytotoxic edema is excess endothelial and neuroglial water and linked pathologically to disorganized osmoregulation of the cell.
Mature hyaline cartilage is the most common heteroplastic element, but neuroglial tissue resembling disorganized brain and rhabdomyoblasts are also described (Figure 4).
Concurrence of ganglionic hamartoma and heterotopic neuroglial tissue in the cerebellopontine angle.
Two strains (229E and OC43) have been implicated in multiple sclerosis (9,10), and both can persistently infect human oligodendrocytic and neuroglial cell lines (11).
Mechanism of action of Rhodiola, salidroside, tyrosol and triandrin in isolated neuroglial cells: an interactive pathway analysis of the downstream effects using RNA microarray data.
13,29) The presence of immature neuroglial elements in a neonatal teratoma, although worrisome, has no bearing on prognosis, and generally these patients have a favorable outcome.
3) Transsphenoidal encephaloceles contain mature neuroglial cells with a varying degree of gliosis, in which astrocytes have divided and formed fibrillary networks called glial scar tissue.
Therefore, we analyzed the microarray-based transcriptome-wide mRNA expression profiles of the T98G neuroglial cell line after exposure to Rhodiola rosea SHR-5 extract and three individual active compounds isolated from this plant: salidroside, tyrosol, and triandrin.