Light microscopic identification of immature glial cells in semithin sections of the developing mouse corpus callosum.

@article{Sturrock1976LightMI,
  title={Light microscopic identification of immature glial cells in semithin sections of the developing mouse corpus callosum.},
  author={Robert R. Sturrock},
  journal={Journal of anatomy},
  year={1976},
  volume={122 Pt 3},
  pages={521-37}
}
Four distinct types of glial cell were recognized in the corpus callosum of young postnatal mice: the early glioblast; the small glioblast; the large glioblast; and the young astrocyte. As well as these, mature microglia could be recognized from birth. In semithin, toluidine blue stained sections early glioblasts had large, fair to moderately stained nuclei, and a thin rim of pale cytoplasm; small glioblasts had small, dark nuclei and a rim of darkly stained cytoplasm; large glioblasts had… CONTINUE READING
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