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Bergmann Astrocyte

This drawing of a Bergmann astrocyte, a type of glial cell, was based upon electron micrograph images of the rat cerebellum.

It shows a Bergmann astrocyte which has only a thin rim of cytoplasm on one side of the nucleus and a relatively large cytoplasmic mass on the other. RNP particles, dense bodies (d), mitochondria~ the Golgi apparatus (G), and a fewtubular elements of the granular endoplasmic reticulum are illustrated. At the left are the bases of two processes.


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<pubmed>14222815</pubmed>| PMC2106521 | J Cell Biol.

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