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Author Pannese, Ennio,
Title Biology and pathology of perineuronal satellite cells in sensory ganglia / Ennio Pannese.
Imprint Cham, Switzerland : Springer, 2018.

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Author Pannese, Ennio,
Series Advances in anatomy, embryology and cell biology, 0301-5556 ; 226
Advances in anatomy, embryology, and cell biology ; v. 226.
Subject Satellite cells.
Ganglia, Sensory.
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Author Pannese, Ennio,
Series Advances in anatomy, embryology and cell biology, 0301-5556 ; 226
Advances in anatomy, embryology, and cell biology ; v. 226.
Subject Satellite cells.
Ganglia, Sensory.
Description 1 online resource.
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references.
Contents Intro; Acknowledgments; Contents; Abbreviations; Biology and Pathology of Perineuronal Satellite Cells in Sensory Ganglia; 1.1 Historical Note; 1.2 Organization of the Perineuronal Sheath in Adult Vertebrates; 1.3 Shape of Satellite Cells; 1.4 Structure of Satellite Cells; 1.5 Molecular Characteristics of Satellite Cells; 1.6 Relationships Between Satellite Cells; 1.7 Perikaryal Myelin Sheaths; 1.8 Neuron-Satellite Cell Boundary; 1.9 Boundary Between the Satellite Cell Sheath and the Interstitial Connective Tissue; 1.10 Quantitative Relationships Between Nerve and Satellite Cells.
1.11 Origin and Development of Satellite Cells1.12 Physiological Properties of Satellite Cells; 1.13 Mitotic Activity of Satellite Cells; 1.14 Phagocytic Activity of Satellite Cells; 1.15 Age-Related Changes; 1.16 Roles of Satellite Cells Under Physiological Conditions; 1.16.1 Control of Traffic to Neurons; 1.16.2 Homeostasis of the Perineuronal Microenvironment; 1.16.3 Neuroprotection; 1.16.4 Influence on Neuronal Morphology; 1.17 Communication Between Neurons and Satellite Cells; 1.18 Reaction of Satellite Cells to Experimental Conditions; 1.18.1 In Vitro Cultures; 1.18.2 Chemical Agents.
1.18.3 Radiation1.18.4 Axon Injury; 1.18.5 Other Experimental Conditions; 1.19 Reaction of Satellite Cells to Pathological Conditions; 1.19.1 Viral Infections; 1.19.2 Hereditary Neuropathies; 1.19.3 Degenerative Disorders; 1.20 Role of Satellite Cells in Neuropathic Pain; References.
Summary This volume provides a comprehensive and updated review of perineuronal satellite cells in sensory ganglia. For a long time since their discovery by Valentin in the first half of the 19th century these cells received only modest attention. However, some years ago research findings suggested that satellite cells play a role in the development and maintenance of neuropathic pain. As a result, satellite cells are now considered as possible targets for neuropathic pain treatment. Thus, interest in satellite cells has burgeoned. The review is based on the author's own work as well as on his critical evaluation and systematic arrangement of data scattered through a large number of research papers. The following aspects of perineuronal satellite cells are covered: Shape and structure; molecular characteristics; origin and development; biological and functional properties; relationships with the ganglion sensory neuron; age-related changes; roles under physiological conditions; reactions to experimental and pathological conditions; role in neuropathic pain.
Note Online resource; title from PDF title page (SpringerLink, viewed May 15, 2018).
ISBN 9783319601403 (electronic bk.)
3319601407 (electronic bk.)
9783319601397 (print)
3319601393
ISBN/ISSN 10.1007/978-3-319-60140-3
OCLC # 1035556345
Additional Format Print version: Pannese, Ennio. Biology and pathology of perineuronal satellite cells in sensory ganglia. Cham, Switzerland : Springer, 2018 9783319601397 3319601393 (OCoLC)987282081



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