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MSK 5

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Compaction of myelin sheaths in PNSby protein O and myelin basic protein
Compaction of myelin sheaths in CNSby proteolipid protein (PLP)
Schmidt-lanterman cleftsplaces without myelin to allow nutrient diffusion to inner layers
perineuriumforms blood-nerve barrier
myenteric plexusnerve cells of the parasympathetic ganglia; innervate smooth muscle
sympathetic chain ganlgiahave eccentrically located nucleus
Allodyniapain from stimulus that should not cause pain
what determines speed of shortening in musclelargely the intrinsic velocity of myosin ATPase
what determines the muscle fiber typethe neuron, but because of the pattern of stimulation
denervationcauses partial membrane depolarization (quicker when more distal); causes fibrillation
effect of training on muscle typeincrease type IIA, decrease type IIB
High Thyroid Hormoneslow to fast shift; increase needed to switch to adult myosin isoforms
Low Thyroid Hormonefast to slow shift; delays adult fast myosin isoforms in fetus
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