neurofibril

A filamentous structure seen with the light microscope in the nerve cell's body, dendrites, axon, and sometimes synaptic endings, as aggregations of much finer ultramicroscopic elements, the neurofilaments and microtubules; their functional significance remains to be established. ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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neurofibril

(noor″o-fiĀ“bril) one of the delicate threads running in every direction through the cytoplasm of a nerve cell, extending into the axon and dendrites.
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neurofibril

nerve fibril, neurofibril 1. A delicate fibril found in the cell body and processes of a neuron. 2. One of the delicate threads running in every direction through the cytoplasm of a nerve cell, extending into the axon and dendrites (receptive surfaces of a neuron).
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Neurofibril

The neurofibrils are delicate threads within the body of a nerve cell that extend into the axon and dendrites.
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neurofibril

Type: Term Pronunciation: nū′rō-fī′bril Definitions: 1. A filamentous structure seen with the light microscope in the nerve cell's body, dendrites, axon, and sometimes synaptic endings, as aggregations of much finer ultramicroscopic elements, the neurofilaments and microtubules; their functional significance remains to be
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