Morphology of regenerated spinal cord in Sternarchus albifrons

@article{Anderson1981MorphologyOR,
  title={Morphology of regenerated spinal cord in Sternarchus albifrons},
  author={Dr. Marilyn J. Anderson and Stephen G. Waxman},
  journal={Cell and Tissue Research},
  year={1981},
  volume={219},
  pages={1-8}
}
The tail of the gymnotid Sternarchus albifrons, including the spinal cord, regenerates following amputation. Regenerated spinal cord shows a rostro-caudal gradient of differentiation. Cross sections of the most distal regenerated cord show radially enlarged ependymal cells, relatively undifferentiated cells, and numerous blood vessels. More anterior sections contain well differentiated electromotor neurons, glial cells, and myelinated axons. The number of electromotor-neuron cell bodies in… CONTINUE READING
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