Rod Microglia: A Morphological Definition

@inproceedings{Taylor2014RodMA,
  title={Rod Microglia: A Morphological Definition},
  author={Samuel E. Taylor and Cristina M Morganti-Kossmann and Jonathan Lifshitz and Jenna M. Ziebell},
  booktitle={PloS one},
  year={2014}
}
Brain microglial morphology relates to function, with ramified microglia surveying the micro-environment and amoeboid microglia engulfing debris. One subgroup of microglia, rod microglia, have been observed in a number of pathological conditions, however neither a function nor specific morphology has been defined. Historically, rod microglia have been described intermittently as cells with a sausage-shaped soma and long, thin processes, which align adjacent to neurons. More recently, our group… CONTINUE READING

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