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2-Minute Neuroscience: Myelin


In this video, I discuss myelin, an insulatory layer that covers the axons of many neurons in the nervous system. I describe myelin's role in promoting efficient neuronal signaling, and I discuss its structure, which consists of stretches of myelin called internodes surrounding intermittent gaps called nodes of Ranvier. I also discuss the cells that form myelin: Schwann cells in the peripheral nervous system and oligodendrocytes in the central nervous system. TRANSCRIPT: Welcome to 2 minute neuroscience, where I simplistically explain neuroscience topics in 2 minutes or less. In this installment I will discuss myelin. Myelin is an insulating layer that surrounds the axons of neurons. Composed primarily of lipids, myelin helps to prevent action potentials, which are the electrical signals that travel along axons, from decaying due to electrical current leaking out through the axonal membrane. Myelinated axons thus conduct action potentials more quickly and efficiently than unmyelinated axons, and because of this many neurons in the nervous systems are myelinated. Myelin does not cover an axon fully. Instead there are intermittent gaps in the myelin where the axon is exposed to extracellular space. These gaps are called nodes of ranvier and the sections of myelin that are adjacent to the nodes of ranvier are called internodes. The nodes of ranvier are rich in sodium channels, which open in response to an action potential traveling down an axon, allowing positive sodium ions to rush in. This influx of sodium ions rejuvenates the action potential and helps to prevent it from dying out as it proceeds along the axon. Because the nodes of Ranvier are not myelinated, however, the action potential slows down at each node and speeds up as it travels along the myelinated internode. This gives the appearance that an action potential is jumping from node to node, which is known as saltatory conduction. Myelin is formed by glial cells, but the particular type of glial cell responsible for myelinating axons is different in the peripheral and central nervous systems. In the peripheral nervous system, glial cells called schwann cells form myelin. Each schwann cell wraps around one segment of an axon many times to form one internode. In the central nervous system, oligodendrocytes form myelin. One oligodendrocyte can produce dozens of internodes on multiple axons. Because myelin is white, myelinated axons appear white and make up what is known as the white matter of the brain. We can see the importance of myelin to healthy neural functioning when we look at diseases where myelination is disrupted. In multiple sclerosis, for example, deficiencies in myelin disrupt neuronal communication, resulting in a variety of physical and psychiatric symptoms. REFERENCE: Nolte J. The Human Brain: An Introduction to its Functional Anatomy. 6th ed. Philadelphia, PA. Elsevier; 2009.

What is Myelin?

22.10.2021 Myelin is a mixture of protein and phospholipids that surrounds and insulates sections of the axon of many neurons. Myelin allows electrochemical signals to transmit quickly and efficiently along the nerve cells.

024 @Nicodube23 How Myelin Sheaths speed up the Action Potential


🤍 - In episode 24, I respond to Nicodube23's question on How the Myelin Sheaths speed up the Action Potential through the process of Saltatory Conduction. Watch, learn and Enjoy!

Multiple Sclerosis and the Myelin Sheath


Multiple Sclerosis (MS) is an autoimmune disease that causes signals travelling through our nerves and brain to slow down significantly or stop completely, leading to a wide range of debilitating neurological symptoms. Clearly, neurons are being damaged...but by what? Check out this week's episode of Medicurio to learn more about this disease. Medicurio episodes are short and only give a relatively condensed explanation of the disease. To learn more about multiple sclerosis, or to donate to its research, check out the following websites: MS Society of Canada: 🤍 Multiple Sclerosis Foundation: 🤍 National Multiple Sclerosis Society: 🤍 In the video, I've simplified the movement of electrical signals because they actually involve more ion channels that open and close in response to each other and the potential. For a more in-depth understanding of these electrical signals, known as action potentials and electrotonic transfer, check out this cool animation by Neuroscience 5e: 🤍

Why Can People Move So Quickly? Myelin Explained!


SUBSCRIBE to BrainCraft! 🤍 And say hi 👉 🤍 | 🤍 Generally we move our bodies pretty automatically and quickly, thanks to myelin, insulation which coats some of our nerve cells. Though one autoimmune disease – Multiple Sclerosis (MS) – attacks this insulation, impacting patients’ motor and sensory functions. Researching brain development and the disease itself can help develop better treatments for MS patients in the future. BrainCraft was created by Vanessa Hill (🤍nessyhill) and is brought to you by PBS Digital Studios. Talking psychology, neuroscience & why we act the way we do. Thanks to Ross Asdourian 🐴 and Teagan Wall 🔬 for their help creating this video. And thank YOU for watching 🙌 References 📚 Info on MS: 🤍 Conduction Velocity thanks to Myelin: 🤍 Conduction velocity of different neurons by type: 🤍

MRI-based imaging of myelin


Russell Ouellette, PhD, Karolinska Institutet, Karolinska University Hospital, Solna, Sweden, discusses imaging modalities capable of monitoring the dynamics of myelination, particularly magnetic resonance imaging (MRI). MRI-based myelin imaging is an indirect measure and can be sensitive to additional factors such as edema. Various MRI-based myelin quantification techniques are available, but they are not directly cross comparable. Prof. Ouellette highlights key developmental aspects for in vivo biomarkers, including specificity, repeatability, and clinical applicability. This interview took place at the European Committee for Treatment and Research in Multiple Sclerosis (ECTRIMS) congress 2021.

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Impact of Social Experience on Adult Myelin Repair


Following the MS Research Australia Progress in MS Research Scientific Conference, a public lecture was held to share the exciting MS research progress with the community. Assistant Professor Jia Liu, from the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, USA presented a lecture titled "Impact of Social Experience on Adult Myelin Repair" MS Research Australia is the largest national not-for-profit organisation dedicated to funding and coordinating multiple sclerosis research in Australia, as part of the worldwide effort to solve MS. Its goal is to accelerate research: into the cause, better treatments and prevention, with the aim of ultimately finding a cure for MS. Multiple Sclerosis (MS) is the most common neurological disease affecting young adults, often diagnosed between the ages of 20 to 40 and affects three times more women than men. As yet, there is no cure. MS is the result of damage to myelin a protective sheath surrounding nerve fibres of the central nervous system. When myelin is damaged, this interferes with messages between the brain and other parts of the body. The symptoms of MS are different for each person; sometimes they even vary within the same person. For some, MS is characterised by periods of relapse and remission, while for others it has a progressive pattern. For everyone, it makes life unpredictable.

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Fasting & Metformin Improve Myelin Repair


A newly published study from the University of Cambridge has found that fasting, as well as a common diabetes drug that mimics fasting, can improve myelin repair. Our co-founder and chief science communicator, Brett Drummond, looks at and explains the findings of this study in more detail. Learn more about MStranslate via the below links: Website: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 LinkedIn: 🤍

What happens when the myelin sheath deteriorates ? | Health Channel


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Write down the role of myelin sheath in the myelinated axons.


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What disease destroys the myelin sheath ? | Good Health and More


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Myelin Sheath & Nodes of Ranvier (8-2018) by Dr Khaled A Abulfadle


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Facebook Live Q&A: Remyelination / Myelin Repair - March 2020


On March 5, 2020, Brett Drummond (Co-Founder of MStranslate and Chief Science Communicator) held a Facebook Live event to explain and discuss one of the most important topics in multiple sclerosis research, remyelination / myelin repair. If you have questions for Brett, regarding any of the topics discussed during this broadcast, please comment below or email them to him directly at brett🤍 Learn more about MStranslate via the below links: Website: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 LinkedIn: 🤍

Myelin and saltatory conduction | Action Potentials in Neurons


0:00 : Intro to video 0:25 : Definition of myelin and introduction to the cells that make myelin 2:30 : How myelin speeds up signal transmission in neurons 4:51 : Saltatory conduction 5:54 : Multiple sclerosis leads to slowing down or stopping of electrical signals Links to interviews with MS patients: 🤍 🤍 "Physio Flip" contains a semester's worth of physiology lectures, created by a physiology professor. I made this channel to help my students learn physiology on their own time, at their own pace. To help others do the same, I published my lectures. This video reviews how myelin increases the speed of electrical signals (conduction velocity) in neurons by using saltatory conduction. Additionally, it reviews multiple sclerosis, a debilitating disease caused by the loss or damage of neurons. This channel is dedicated to helping students and instructors navigate physiology by providing full access to a semester's worth of physiology videos. Some videos are entire lectures while others are one part of a lecture. You can follow through the video series in order by following the numbers that are in each video title. For instructors interested in using these lectures to "flip" your course, please contact us!

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Laura Kolaczkowski's Message to Myelin Repair Foundation Scientists


Back in September 2009, we asked MRF supporters to send our scientists a message about what their research means to them.

Myelin Sheath Destroyed by T-Cells


Video illustrates what causes the debilitating disease Multiple Sclerosis. Myelin Sheath being attacked by T-Cells causing neuron signals to misfire and send incorrect information.

Mike Gresser on What Myelin Is


Mike Gresser, CSO of the Myelin Repair Foundation explains what myelin is and what function it serves in our nervous system.

How Neomuna-ians were created! Destiny 2 Lore | Myelin Games


Welcome back guardians . In a previous video I discussed how Neomuna was created, specifically how an AI, infused with Vex tech, sent an ECHO ship to escape the collapse. That ship is heavily suggested to be the beginning of Neomuna. Now, what I didn’t cover in detail was how Neomuna-ians, the people and civilization of Neomuna spawned from that. While there is limited lore on how Neomuna became a thriving City, we do have lore on the Echo project, and Neomuna was likely initially populated by an echo ship. This provides a super interesting theory about how the first Neomunians were raised by Exos. PREVOIUS NEOMUNA VIDEO 🤍 TWITCH 📺 🤍 TWITTER 🤍 DISCORD 🤍 PREVIOUS LORE VIDEOS 📖 How Neomuna was created 🤍 📖 Submind lore 🤍 📖 Scorn link 🤍 📖 Fenchurch 🤍 DESTINY 2 LORE SCHOOL 🏫 Episode 4 ft. Aztecross and Nohjaa 🤍 🏫 Episode 3 ft. Rick Kackis 🤍 🏫 Episode 2 ft. Traveldanielle and Datto 🤍 🏫 Episode 1 ft. ayyitschevy 🤍 🤍 How Neomuna-ians were created! Destiny 2 Lore | Myelin Games 🤍

The Myelin Repair Foundation -- Making Connections for a Cure


The Myelin Repair Foundation, in order to find an effective treatment for MS patients as soon as possible, has brought together the top research scientists in myelin biology to collaborate and share their discoveries in real time a revolutionary approach for academic scientific research. They have also identified all the steps necessary to reach their goal, and are partnering with the pharmaceutical companies who can best help deliver a new medicine to the marketplace. That's the way to get something done. And they are achieving amazing results.

The only way to beat XIVU ARATH! Destiny 2 Lore | Myelin Games


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Myelin - trailer (a Short film about Multiple Sclerosis)


Written & Directed : Michalis Tigkiridis Produced : Enecta & Hempoil Cinematography : Petros Nikolintais Assistant Director : Maria Tigkiridou Sound Recordist : Vasilis Ipeirotis Make up Artist : Despina Papaioannou Costumes by : Artemis Malka Composer : George Sakellariou Music : George Sakellariou & Taf Lathos Mix Master : Dimitris Delis P.A : Alexandros Manolidis , Alexandra Eutaksia Story Summary Marios suffers from Multiple Sclerosis. His family finds it difficult to cope with the difficulties until a mysterious woman, Mya, comes into their life to change their reality! Starring Manos Cizek, Despina Georgosopoulou, Stelios Petrakis, Kleopatra Emmanouil, Maria Nefeli Douka, Panagiotis Marinos & Alexandros Louizos Myelin Σενάριο-Σκηνοθεσία : Μιχάλης Τιγκιρίδης Παραγωγή : Enecta & Hempoil Κινηματογράφηση : Πέτρος Νικολίνταης Βοηθός Σκηνοθέτη : Mαρία Τιγκιρίδου Ήχος : Βασίλης Ηπειρώτης Μακιγιάζ : Δέσποινα Παπαιωάννου Κοστούμια : Άρτεμις Μάλκα Composer : Γιώργος Σακελλαρίου Μουσική : Γιώργος Σακελλαρίου & Ταφ Λάθος Βοηθός Παραγωγής : Αλέξανδρος Μανωλίδης , Αλεξάνδρα Ευταξία Περίληψη Ο Μάριος πάσχει απο σκλήρυνση κατά πλάκας. Η οικογένεια του δυσκολεύεται να ανταπεξέλθει στις δυσκολίες, μέχρι που μπαίνει στη ζωή τους μια μυστυριώδης γυναίκα, η Mya, που θα αλλάξει την πραγματικότητα τους! Με τους Μάνος Τσίζεκ, Δέσποινα Γεωργοσοπούλου, Στέλιος Πετράκης, Κλεοπάτρα Εμμανουήλ, Μαρία Νεφέλη Δούκα, Παναγιώτης Μαρίνος και ο Αλέξανδρος Λουίζος Μυελίνη

Why Does the Myelin Repair Foundation File Patents On Its Research?


Scott Johnson, founder & president of the MRF, tells us why patents are key to the medical research process, in attracting Pharma to our discoveries and getting them closer to treatments for patients.

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Is Ana heading towards her DARK FUTURE?! Destiny 2 Lore | Myelin Games


Thanks to MANSCAPED for sponsoring today's video! Get 20% OFF + Free International Shipping + 2 Free Gifts with my promo code "MYELIN" at 🤍 Welcome back Guardians. You have may noticed that during Season of the Seraph, Elsie Bray, The Exo Stranger, has made some very specific comments about her sister, Ana Bray. The Exo Stranger has said that she is concerned about Ana’s similarities with Clovis, how she feels Ana may be going down the wrong path, and how she doesn’t want to have to “stop” Ana. If you are new to Destiny lore this may just come across as a concerned sister; however, it is much more than that. In another timeline, Ana Bray was corrupted, wielded stasis, and attacked allies. Elsie took her sister out… permanently. This is documented in the Dark Future lore book. TWITCH 📺 🤍 TWITTER 🤍 DISCORD 🤍 PREVIOUS LORE VIDEOS 📖 How Neomuna was created 🤍 📖 Submind lore 🤍 📖 Scorn link 🤍 📖 Fenchurch 🤍 DESTINY 2 LORE SCHOOL 🏫 Episode 4 ft. Aztecross and Nohjaa 🤍 🏫 Episode 3 ft. Rick Kackis 🤍 🏫 Episode 2 ft. Traveldanielle and Datto 🤍 🏫 Episode 1 ft. ayyitschevy 🤍 🤍 Is Ana heading towards her DARK FUTURE?! Destiny 2 Lore | Myelin Games 🤍

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Saturday's Workout | Myelin Sheath Repair | Multiple Sclerosis


Don't let Multiple Sclerosis control your life! The Myelin Sheath has been damaged and lost to Multiple Sclerosis. But I'm going to explain how you can repair and restore your Myelin. Want to know a little secret? It feels even more amazing than it sounds! Its acheived through weight lifting. Its complicated, so I'm going to explain it as I show you my Saturday workout. I've recovered my myelin by doing this. You can too!

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Warhammer 40 000: Darktide first impressions! Beta currently available for PC with pre-order 🤍 Take back the city of Tertium from hordes of bloodthirsty foes in this intense and brutal action shooter. Warhammer 40,000: Darktide is the new co-op focused experience from the award-winning team behind the Vermintide series. As Tertium falls, Rejects Will Rise. TWITCH 📺 🤍 TWITTER 🤍 DISCORD 🤍 OTHER REVIEWS First Descendant 🤍 Outriders 🤍 🤍 Warhammer 40, 000: Darktide First Impressions! | Myelin Games 🤍 0:00 Introduction 2:20 The Game Loop 5:09 The Good 11:33 The Fixable 20:50 Conclusion

How Neomuna was CREATED! Destiny 2 Lore | Myelin Games


Welcome back Guardians. The Spire of the Watcher dungeon just released and with it a bunch of new lore and of course, new questions. What’s the deal with the Seraph tower? What are the Sol Divisive, the Black Garden vex, doing on Mars? And how does it all connect to the hidden city of Neomuna? Well, you are in luck, we’re going to answer all of those questions right now. TWITCH 📺 🤍 TWITTER 🤍 DISCORD 🤍 SEASON OF THE PLUNDER 📖 Week 1 and Week 2 summary 🤍 📖 Week 3 🤍 📖 Week 5 Nezarec video 🤍 📖 Week 6 Lucent Hive, Savathun, and Nezarec 🤍 PREVIOUS LORE VIDEOS 📖 Creation of Neomuna 🤍 📖 Divinity Lore 🤍 📖 Eramis will betray the Witness! 🤍 📖 Exo stranger fish 🤍 DESTINY 2 LORE SCHOOL 🏫 Episode 4 ft. Aztecross and Nohjaa 🤍 🏫 Episode 3 ft. Rick Kackis 🤍 🏫 Episode 2 ft. Traveldanielle and Datto 🤍 🏫 Episode 1 ft. ayyitschevy 🤍 🤍 How Neomuna was CREATED! Destiny 2 Lore | Myelin Games 🤍

Lyme Spirochetes in Myelin Sheath of Brain Nerve Cells | Pam Bartha


In multiple sclerosis, it is assumed that immune cells attack the myelin sheath of nerve cells in the central nervous system as if it is the enemy. Pam discusses the discovery of Lyme bacteria in the myelin sheath of nerve cells and how this could explain why there is injury to myelin and nerve cells as the immune cells are actually trying to defend the body. To learn more about how Pam and others are living free from MS symptoms, watch her free training - 🤍 Correction on Pam's last slide in the video: the captions on the last slide below the images are reversed. The image to the left shows fragments of the Borrelia spirochete in the myelin of a brain neuron while the image on the right shows an intact Borrelia spirochete is in the myelin sheath of a brain neuron.

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