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In addition to these structural differences, PNS myelin FIGURE 1-19 A myelinated PNS axon (A) is surrounded by a Schwann cell nucleus (N). Note the fuzzy basal lamina around the cell, the rich cytoplasm, the inner and outer mesaxons (arrows), the close proximity of the cell to its myelin sheath and the 1:1 (cell:myelin internode) relationship. A process of an endoneurial cell is seen (lower left), and unstained collagen (c) lies in the endoneurial space (white dots). ×20,000. CHAPTER 1 Neurocellular Anatomy differs biochemically and antigenically from that of the CNS (see Ch.
The lateral margins of each cell characteristically display long, compound, junctional complexes (Fig. 1-18) made up of desmosomes, termed zonula adherentes, and gap junctions . Overlying specialized secretory zones around the ventricles (the subventricular organs) and choroid plexus, the ependymal lining is different and the cells are connected at their apical poles by tight junctions called zonula occludentes, the latter expressing the junctional protein occludin. Desmosomes (cadherins) and gap junctions (connexins) are also present at the lateral aspects of the cells .
GPI = glycosylphosphatidylinositol. saturated alkyl chains, and of cholesterol, which has a rigid planar structure, can cause a ‘liquid ordered’ structure to separate laterally into microdomains that are in phase equilibrium with ‘liquid disordered’ structures (Fig. 2-2, bottom row). Such microdomains consisting of ‘lipid rafts’ enriched in cholesterol and sphingomyelin may function, in biomembranes, to concentrate or localize certain membrane proteins, as discussed below. Alkyl chain heterogeneities cause cell membrane bilayers to remain in the fluid state over a broad temperature range.
Basic Neurochemistry. Molecular, Cellular and Medical Aspects by George M.D. Siegel, R. Wayne Ph.D Albers, Scott Ph.D Brady, Donald M.D. Price, American Society for Neurochem