Monday, November 12, 2007
More on the JNEN article
I was never clear on exactly which cells contained the glial cell inclusions (GCIs) in Multiple System Atrophy. This article clears that issue up. I quote: "GCIs are faintly eosinophilic, sickle-shaped, oval or conical inclusions that displace the nucleus eccentrically. Their localization to microglia has been established by double staining techniques." There you have it!