Pluto Bioinformatics

GSE151856: Spleen glia express common glial genes but are a unique glial subtype interposed between immune cells and sympathetic axons in the white pulp

Bulk RNA sequencing

Non-myelinating glia in visceral organs have not been well characterized. It Is likekely they have uniqe functions in the organs in which they reside. This is interesting in immune organs such as the spleen in which glia ensheath nerves that come in close contact with immune cells. However, glia in the spleen have not been well characterized. We report here an in-depth anatomical and transcriptional characterization of spleen glia. SOURCE: Tawaun,Autry,Lucas (, - Marion Buckwalter Stanford University

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