myelinic


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my·e·lin

 (mī′ə-lĭn) also my·e·line (-lĭn, -lēn′)
n.
A white fatty material, composed chiefly of lipids and lipoproteins, that encloses certain axons and nerve fibers. Also called medulla.

my′e·lin′ic adj.
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Adj.1.myelinic - of or relating to the substance that forms a sheath around the axon of some nerve fibers
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These metabolites are transported through a system of myelinic nanochannels to the axonal compartment, in which mitochondria generate ATP.
Thus, the viscosity of myelinic nerve fiber correlates with the change in the degree of fatty acids desaturation.
A sign of peripheral polyneuropathy groups of myelinic pathologic and mixed forms (axonmyelinopathy), mainly is damage of vibration sensitivity for the account of defeat thick myelinic fibers type A[beta].