Pathophysiology of demyelinated axons
This chapter discusses the pathophysiology of demyelinated axons. It reviews available data concerning cellular and molecular substrates for abnormal conduction and mechanisms underlying recovery of conduction after demyelination. It shows that multiple mechanisms contribute to disturbed conduction, and to the restoration of function in demyelinated axons. Passive and active mechanisms interact to shape the conduction properties of demyelinated axons.
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