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Category:Laminated Body
CurationStatus uncurated  +
Definition Inclusion bodies characterized by regularl Inclusion bodies characterized by regularly spaced sheets of tubules arranged in a whorl pattern resembling a fingerprint. They have been observed in neurons of the lateral geniculate nucleus (Peters, Palay and Webster, The Fine Structure of the Nervous System, 3rd ed., Oxford University Press, 1991, pg. 48, figure.) d University Press, 1991, pg. 48, figure.)
EditorialNote Not sure whether these are the complex lam Not sure whether these are the complex laminated bodies described in the lateral geniculate nucleus and elsewhere, so for now, I will create a new class for complex laminated bodies. I suspect that laminated body is a general term for cytoplasmic inclusions with the "fingerprint-type whorl pattern. It does occur in Peters, Palay and Webster. t does occur in Peters, Palay and Webster.
Id GO:1990011  +
Label Laminated Body  +
Modification dateThis property is a special property in this wiki. 12 August 2014 00:35:51  +
ModifiedDate 12 August 2014  +
SuperCategory Cellular Inclusion  +
Synonym Laminated inclusion body  +
Categories Cellular Inclusion
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