Electron microscopy. a Hippocampal dentate gyrus granular neuron containing discrete cytoplasmic aggregate of filamentous and granular electron-dense material with intermingled membranous profiles. b High power of more dispersed components of cytoplasmic inclusions showing predominantly straight filaments with a diameter of 11–12 nm. a ×18,850; b ×79,750
Electron microscopy of hippocampal dentate gyrus neurons revealed
discrete cytoplasmic aggregates composed of filamentous and
granular electron-dense material with intermingled membranous
profiles (Fig. 7 a).
At high power, the filaments appeared to be predominantly straight
with a diameter of 11–12 nm (Fig. 7 b). .
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