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Membrane Markers of the Nervous System

  • Elisabeth Bock

Abstract

In recent years a series of neural cell membrane markers has been demonstrated. The study of membrane markers has been undertaken in order to define surface components that are specific for a particular cell type, for example, neurons, astroglia, Oligodendroglia, and Schwann cells. Cell-cell interactions in the nervous system are assumed to have developed to a high degree of precision because of the many cellular connections diverging and converging from one cell to another. The molecular mechanisms underlying these phenomena remain largely obscure, but it may be assumed that specific cell surface molecules play an important role. The study of neural cell membrane markers is therefore expected to improve our understanding of cellular communications.

Keywords

Purkinje Cell Schwann Cell Synaptic Vesicle Neural Cell Adhesion Molecule Electric Organ 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Elisabeth Bock
    • 1
  1. 1.The Protein LaboratoryDenmark

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