Morphology and dynamics of perisynaptic glia

@article{Reichenbach2010MorphologyAD,
  title={Morphology and dynamics of perisynaptic glia},
  author={Andreas Reichenbach and Amin Derouiche and Frank Kirchhoff},
  journal={Brain Research Reviews},
  year={2010},
  volume={63},
  pages={11-25}
}
The major glial population of the brain is constituted by astroglia. Highly branched and ramified protoplasmic astrocytes are the predominant form in grey matter and are found in almost all regions of the central nervous system. In cerebellum and retina, there two forms of elongated radial glia exist (Bergmann glia and Müller cells, respectively) that share many features with the protoplasmic astrocytes in respect to their perisynaptic association. Although these three astroglial cell types are… CONTINUE READING
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