Class: Paranodal_Termination

•owl:Thing
        •bfo:Entity
                •snap:Continuant
                        •snap:IndependentContinuant
                                •snap:FiatObjectPart
                                        •Regional_Part_Of_Cell
                                                •Regional_Part_Of_Glia
                                                        •Glial_Subcompartment
                                                                •Myelin_Subcompartment
                                                                        •Paranodal_Termination
                                                        •Regional_Part_Of_Oligodendrocyte
                                                                •Myelin_Sheath
                                                                        •Paranodal_Termination
                                                        •Regional_Part_Of_Schwann_Cell
                                                                •Paranodal_Termination

Super Classes

Regional_Part_Of_Schwann_Cell
Myelin_Sheath
continuous_With SOME Compact_Myelin
Myelin_Subcompartment

Annotations

birn_annot:curationStatusuncurated
definitionCytoplasmic pockets, or as they appear in thin sections "loops" formed by the Schwann cell in the paranodal region. These pockets are actually part of a continuous helical structure providing cytoplasmic continuity from the inntermost to the outermost layers of the myelin sheath through the cytoplasmic channel formed by the loop. Most are directly apposed to the paranodal axonal membrane
sao_IDsao1354781919
synonymParanodal loop
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