Ensheathes - definition of ensheathes by The Free Dictionary
ensheathe (redirected from ensheathes)
To cover or enclose with or as with a sheathe.
also en•sheath (-ˈʃiθ)
to enclose in or as if in a sheath; sheathe.
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We talk a lot about proteins, but myelin--the substance that ensheathes
nerve fibers and is a main target of the attack--is primarily composed of lipids.
Myelin is a specialized membrane which ensheathes
and insulates axons in the peripheral and central nervous system.
NgR1 is a receptor for three proteins found in myelin, the insulating substance that ensheathes