neurofilament


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neu·ro·fil·a·ment

 (no͝or′ə-fĭl′ə-mənt, nyo͝or′-)
n.
Any of the long, fine threads that make up a neurofibril.

neu′ro·fil′a·men′tous (-mĕn′təs) adj.
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Immunoreactivity for neurofilament is also observed (Figure 2(f)).