• Science magazine 2010 November 05

    Author(s): Bruce Alberts (ed.)
    Date:   2010 November 05
    Pages: 880 p
    Size:  12.2 mb
    Volume:  330
    Issue: 6005




    COVER Early (green) and mature (magenta) oligodendrocytes purified from the early postnatal mouse brain. These myelin-producing cells of the central nervous system belong to a highly complex group of cells known as glia, which are involved not only in the conduction of action potentials along neuronal axons, but also in the development of synapses and in immune processes in the nervous system. See the special section beginning on page 773. Image: Ben Emery, Centre for Neuroscience and Florey Neuroscience Institutes, University of Melbourne, Australia, and Sara Mulinyawe, Stanford University

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