Star-Shaped glial cell with numerous radiating projections that cling to neurons and capillaries
Glial cell that lines the central cavities of the brain/spinal cord where they form a permeable barrier between cerebrospinal fluid and tissue fluid in the cells of the Central Nervous System (CNS)
Glial cells that line up along the neuron fibers in the CNS and produce insulating coverings called myelin sheaths
Spider-like phagocytes that dispose of bacteria and other debris
Flattened cell in the Peripheral Nervous System (PNS) that surrounds the neuron cell body within a ganglion
Cell that surrounds and forms the myelin sheath around the larger nerve fiber in the Peripheral nervous system.
Gliel Cells and their functions