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Grumose foamy spheroid body

Name: Grumose foamy spheroid body
Description: Grumose foamy spheroid body is a spheroidal supracellular structure with a foamy appearance in haematoxylin and eosin stains that vary from 10 to 50 microns in diameter and contain amorphous debris-like material found in the brains in certain neurodegenerative conditions.
Super-category: Supra Cellular Structure
*Id: nlx_subcell_100203
PMID: PMID PMID: 7477732
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AuthorsArai  +, and N  +
CurationStatusuncurated  +
DefinitionGrumose foamy spheroid body is a spheroida Grumose foamy spheroid body is a spheroidal supracellular structure with a foamy appearance in haematoxylin and eosin stains that vary from 10 to 50 microns in diameter and contain amorphous debris-like material found in the brains in certain neurodegenerative conditions. s in certain neurodegenerative conditions.
Idnlx_subcell_100203  +
JournalNumber3  +
JournalVolume21  +
LabelGrumose foamy spheroid body  +
ModifiedDate10 April 2010  +
PMIDPMID: 7477732  +
Pages238-45.
PublicationDate1995  +
PublicationNameNeuropathol Appl Neurobiol.  +
SuperCategorySupra Cellular Structure  +
TitleGrumose or foamy spheroid bodies involving astrocytes in the human brain  +