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Adult Mouse Spinal Cord Axons

Representative electron micrograph of sections of spinal cord of P28 wild-type mice.

Bar: 1 µm.

Original file name: Figure 4. The relationship between axon diameter and myelin thickness is normal in dnβ1 mice.

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Related myelin images: Mouse - sciatic nerve Schwann cell | sciatic nerve | cerebellum axons | optic nerve


Reference

<pubmed>19451276</pubmed>| PMC2711572


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current12:09, 24 September 2010Thumbnail for version as of 12:09, 24 September 2010600 × 693 (127 KB)S8600021 (talk | contribs)==Adult Mouse Spinal Cord Axons== Representative electron micrograph of sections of optic nerve, spinal cord, and cerebellum of P28 wild-type mice. Bar: 1 µm. Original file name: Figure 4. The relationship between axon diameter and myelin thickness is