Schwann Cells of the Bone Marrow

  title={Schwann Cells of the Bone Marrow},
  author={Fowr zA-VILA},
  • Fowr zA-VILA
  • Published 2005
Nerves containing numerous Schwann but their satellite Schwann cells appear cells can be found in bone marrow with well stained. Histological, cytological routine histological methods. Thin nerve and ultrastructural characteristics of these bundles and single nerve fibers containcells are described in detail. Blooding Schwann cells can be identified histoforming cells and nerve fibers with their logically with help of methods which Schwann cells lie in close proximity demonstrate nerve fibers… CONTINUE READING

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