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  1. photo Sclérose en plaques : un anticorps pour stopper la progression de la maladieSclérose en plaques : un anticorps pour stopper la progression de la maladieTreatment
    au lieu de le protéger des agressions extérieures. En cas de sclérose en plaques (SEP), les lymphocytes affectent le système nerveux central, par la détérioration de la gaine de myéline qui entoureRead more
  2. photo A Vitamina D poderia Reparar Danos Neurais na Esclerose Múltipla, sugere o EstudoA Vitamina D poderia Reparar Danos Neurais na Esclerose Múltipla, sugere o EstudoNews
    do MS Society Cambridge Centre for Myelin Repair, identificaram que a proteína receptora de vitamina D se pareia com uma proteína existente, chamada de receptor gama de RXR, já conhecida por estarRead more
  3. photo Study: Running linked to extended lifespan and brain repairStudy: Running linked to extended lifespan and brain repairNews
    that the running mice had a better sense of balance, and showed increased levels of myelin production. Myelin plays a key role in a healthy brain. It is the insulating material of our nerves, and is best comparedRead more
  4. photo Constantly stressed out people are more likely to develop brain illnessConstantly stressed out people are more likely to develop brain illnessNews
    generates more myelin-producing cells and fewer neurons than normal. That resulted in an excess of myelin -- and as such, more white matter - in some areas of the brain, which then disrupted the delicateRead more
  5. photo Paralysie faciale et remèdes naturelsParalysie faciale et remèdes naturelsTreatment
    et des aiguilles. La vitamine B-12 sous forme de Méthylcobalamine injectable est très probablement utile parce que son rôle dans l’organisme est d’aider la production de myéline dans le système nerveux. La myélineRead more
  6. photo Scientists inject human brain cells into mice, making them 'significantly smarter'Scientists inject human brain cells into mice, making them 'significantly smarter'News
    ) but provide a wide variety of other important functions for the nervous system, including forming the myelin sheath around nerve cells and supporting the neurons.Once injected, the human cells began to destroyRead more
  7. photo Boost your memory naturally with these nutrient-packed foodsBoost your memory naturally with these nutrient-packed foodsNews
    stage Alzheimer's.Avocados are also rich in oleic acid, a fatty acid that's needed to create and maintain myelin, the tissue surrounding nerves that protect neurotransmitters and expediteRead more
  8. photo From a Wheelchair to Commuting on a Bicycle: How One Woman Naturally Reversed MSFrom a Wheelchair to Commuting on a Bicycle: How One Woman Naturally Reversed MSTreatment
    myelin sheaths around the axons of the brain and spinal cord are damaged, leading to demyelination and scarring as well as a broad spectrum of signs and symptoms.” This disease influences the potentialRead more
  9. photo Oxidative stress and inflammation - two things that age humans the fastestOxidative stress and inflammation - two things that age humans the fastestNews
    doctors here for solutions. Are you trying to spare yourself or your parents this tragedy? You can!Protecting your myelin sheath - your first order of business!The myelin sheath is an extended plasmaRead more
  10. photo This is your brain on stress - and it isn't prettyThis is your brain on stress - and it isn't prettyNews
    it increasingly difficult to think clearly. Daniela Kaufer, UC Berkeley associate professor of integrative biology, found that chronic stress, along with the release of cortisol, produces more myelin-producingRead more

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Myelin

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Myelin is a dielectric (electrically insulating) material that forms a layer, the myelin sheath, usually around only the axon of a neuron. It is essential for the proper functioning of the nervous system. It is an outgrowth of a type of glial cell.The production of the myelin sheath is called myelination. In humans, myelination begins in the 14th week of fetal development, although little...More