Basic Neurochemistry. Molecular, Cellular and Medical by George M.D. Siegel, R. Wayne Ph.D Albers, Scott Ph.D Brady,

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Within the perikaryon of both types of astrocyte are scattered 9 nm filaments and 24 nm microtubules (Fig. 1-13); glycogen granules; lysosomes and lipofuscin-like bodies; isolated cisternae of the rough ER; a small Golgi apparatus opposite one pole of the nucleus; and small, elongated mitochondria, often extending together with loose bundles of filaments along cell processes. A centriole is not uncommon. Characteristically, the nucleus is ovoid and the nucleochromatin homogeneous, except for a narrow, continuous rim of dense chromatin and one or two poorly defined nucleoli.

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