2.1. Astrocytes

Fig. 2.1.01. Protoplasmic astrocyte
Fig. 2.1.02. Protoplasmic astrocyte
Fig. 2.1.03. Fibrillary astrocyte
Fig. 2.1.04. Perivascular astrocyte processes
Fig. 2.1.05. Perivascular astrocyte processes with gliofilaments
Fig. 2.1.06. Polyribosomal arrays in astrocyte soma
Fig. 2.1.07. Fibrillary astrocyte with gliofilaments
Fig. 2.1.08. Glial limiting membrane of fibrillary astrocyte
Fig. 2.1.09. Multilaminar periglomerular astrocytic sheath
Fig. 2.1.10. Multilaminar periglomerular astrocytic sheath
Fig. 2.1.11. Spine-like protrusion of astrocyte
Fig. 2.1.12. Glycogen particles in astrocyte
Fig. 2.1.13. Protoplasmic astrocyte
Fig. 2.1.14. Multilayered ensheathment of axon terminal
Fig. 2.1.15. Bergmann astrocyte
Fig. 2.1.16. Protoplasmic astrocyte in 3D
Fig. 2.1.17. Stacked lamellar astrocyte processes
Fig. 2.1.18. Astrocyte processes from neocortex in 3D
Fig. 2.1.19. Blood capillary glial sheath in 3D
Fig. 2.1.20. Astrocytic pial foot in 3D
Fig. 2.1.21. Bergmann astrocyte in 3D
Fig. 2.1.22. Vascular foot of astrocyte
Fig. 2.1.23. Astrocyte vascular foot
Fig. 2.1.24. Spine-like astrocytic protrusion in 3D
Fig. 2.1.25. Glial capsule of synaptic glomerulus in 3D
Fig. 2.1.26. Glycogen beta-particles in 3D
Fig. 2.1.27. Electron micrographs of a process of Bergmann astrocyte 
Fig. 2.1.28. Astrocyte processes encapsulate dendritic spines 
Fig. 2.1.29. 3D reconstructions of astroglia
Fig. 2.1.30. 3D reconstruction: Processes of Bergmann astrocytes 
Fig. 2.1.31. 3D reconstruction: Process of Bergmann astrocyte
Fig. 2.1.32. Electron micrographs of astrocyte processes
Fig. 2.1.33. 3D reconstructions of astrocytes and dendrites
Fig. 2.1.34. 3D reconstructions of astrocytes and dendrites
Fig. 2.1.35. 3D reconstruction of synaptic glomerulus