The Fine Structure of Acoustic Ganglia in the Rat

@article{Rosenbluth1962TheFS,
  title={The Fine Structure of Acoustic Ganglia in the Rat},
  author={J. H. Rosenbluth},
  journal={The Journal of Cell Biology},
  year={1962},
  volume={12},
  pages={329 - 359}
}
Nerve cell bodies in the spiral and vestibular ganglia of the adult rat are surrounded by thin (about ten lamellae) myelin sheaths which differ in several respects from typical axonal myelin. In some instances lamellae surrounding perikarya appear as typical major dense lines, and in others as thin Schwann cell sheets in which cytoplasm persists. Discontinuities and irregularities appear in the structure of perikaryal myelin. Lamellae may terminate anywhere within the sheaths; they may… CONTINUE READING

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