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Reissner's fiber

Name: Reissner's fiber
Description: Filament-like element associated with the ventricular systemand the spinal cord central canal. It results from the secretion of glycoproteins by the subcommissural organ into the cerebrospinal fluid that becomes solidified into a fiber. It extends caudally through the ventricular system and the central canal to the caudal spinal cord. It is present in all vertebrates (Butler and Hodos, Comparative Vertebrate Neuroanatomy, 2nd Ed, 2005, pg 145.
Is part of: Ventricular system of brain, Spinal cord central canal
Super-category: Regional part of nervous system
*Id: nlx_151878
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CurationStatusuncurated  +
DefinitionFilament-like element associated with the Filament-like element associated with the ventricular systemand the spinal cord central canal. It results from the secretion of glycoproteins by the subcommissural organ into the cerebrospinal fluid that becomes solidified into a fiber. It extends caudally through the ventricular system and the central canal to the caudal spinal cord. It is present in all vertebrates (Butler and Hodos, Comparative Vertebrate Neuroanatomy, 2nd Ed, 2005, pg 145. ebrate Neuroanatomy, 2nd Ed, 2005, pg 145.
Idnlx_151878  +
Is part ofVentricular system of brain  +, and Spinal cord central canal  +
LabelReissner's fiber  +
ModifiedDate2 February 2015  +
Page has default formThis property is a special property in this wiki.PONS brain region  +
SuperCategoryRegional part of nervous system  +