Golgi cells


Golgi cells
types of neurones (nerve cells) within the central nervous system. Golgi type I neurones have very long axons that connect different parts of the system; Golgi type II neurones, also known as microneurones, have only short axons or sometimes none.

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  • Golgi cells — types of neurone (nerve cells) within the central nervous system. Golgi type I neurones have very long axons that connect different parts of the system; Golgi type II neurones, also known as microneurones, have only short axons or sometimes none …   Medical dictionary

  • Клетки Гольджи (Golgi Cells) — мультиполярные нейроны, присутствующие в центральной нервной системе. Нейроны Гольджи типа I (Golgi type I neurones) имеют очень длинные аксоны, которые соединяют различные участки нервной системы и большое количество дендритов; нейроны Гольджи… …   Медицинские термины

  • Golgi, Camillo — born July 7, 1843/44, Corteno, Italy died Jan. 21, 1926, Pavia Italian physician and cytologist. He devised a way to stain nerve tissue and with it discovered a neuron, now called the Golgi cell, that has many short, branching extensions… …   Universalium

  • Golgi cell — Infobox Anatomy Name = PAGENAME Latin = GraySubject = GrayPage = Caption = Microcircuitry of the cerebellum. Excitatory synapses are denoted by (+) and inhibitory synapses by ( ). MF: Mossy fiber. DCN: Deep cerebellar nuclei. IO: Inferior olive.… …   Wikipedia

  • Golgi — Camillo, Italian histologist and Nobel laureate, 1843–1926. See G. apparatus, G. complex, G. corpuscle, G. tendon organ, G. internal reticulum, G. zone, G. cells, under cell, G. osmiobichromate fixative, G. stain, G. Mazzoni corpuscle, Holmgrén G …   Medical dictionary

  • Golgi's method — is a nervous tissue staining technique discovered by Italian physician and scientist Camillo Golgi (1843 1926) in 1873. It was initially named the black reaction ( la reazione nera ) by Golgi, but it became better known as the Golgi stain or… …   Wikipedia

  • Golgi tendon organ — Organ of Golgi (neurotendinous spindle) from the human tendo calcaneus. Latin organum sensorium tendinis Gray s …   Wikipedia

  • Golgi apparatus — n a cytoplasmic organelle that consists of a stack of smooth membranous saccules and associated vesicles and that is active in the modification and transport of proteins called also Golgi complex * * * a collection of vesicles and folded… …   Medical dictionary

  • Golgi alpha-mannosidase II — Golgi α mannosidase II is a key enzyme involved in N linked Glycan processing. It is inhibited by small molecule swainsonine. [van den Elsen, J.M., Kuntz, D.A., Rose, D.R., Structure of Golgi alpha mannosidase II: a target for inhibition of… …   Wikipedia

  • Golgi apparatus — This article is about the organelle. For the Phish song, see Junta (album). Micrograph of Golgi apparatus, visible as a stack of semicircular black rings near the bottom. Numerous circular vesicles can be seen in proximity to the organelle …   Wikipedia