neuroglial


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neu·rog·li·a

 (no͝o-rŏg′lē-ə, nyo͝o-, no͝or′ə-glē′ə, -glī′-, nyo͝or′-)
n.
The supportive tissue of the nervous system, including the network of branched cells in the central nervous system (astrocytes, microglia, and oligodendrocytes) and the supporting cells of the peripheral nervous system (Schwann cells and satellite cells). Also called glia.

[neuro- + Medieval Greek glia, glue; see zoogloea.]

neu·rog′li·al adj.

neuroglial

(njʊrˈɒɡlɪəl)
adj
(Anatomy) anatomy of or relating to neuroglia
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Adj.1.neuroglial - relating to or consisting of neuroglia; "neuroglial tissue"
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Through the careful study of chromatin topology and transcriptional networks that are ultimately crucially linked to innate differences in early developmental programs as well as neuroglial progenitor programs found in the adult, the stage is set to study and finally understand the environmental and/or microenvironmental agents that work with these factors in tandem with inherited genetic susceptibilities to spark the ignition of early glioma formation (Figure 4).
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